Borderers, today 14 May is Cameronian day on this day in 1689 the Cameronians were raised without "beat of drum" and mustered on The Holm on the banks of Douglas Water in South Lanarkshire under their first Colonel the 19 year old Earl Of Angus the son of the Marquis of Douglas. After 279 years [...]
Borderers, it is with great sadness that we notify of the sudden passing of JOHN PATTERSON on Saturday 09 May 2020. "JP" served with the 1st BN mostly in A Company and in particular with 3 Platoon during the 1980s and 90s. Funeral details are not known at this point.
Borderers, due to the current pandemic situation planned events to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day have been cancelled to ensure the safety of us all. This however, should not stop us remembering the thousands of Borderers who served in WW2 to secure peace and freedom across Europe. Events are still proceeding nationally in [...]
Borderers, during the period 01-06 May 1970 the Bn moved from Osnabruck to Belfast for it's first of many deployments to "The Province". A relationship that would span 36 years and effect many Borderers and their families. On the 07 May the Bn under command of Lt Col Andrew Myrtle took over tactical control of [...]
Borderers, due to the recent retirement of the MUSEUM ASSISTANT a vacancy now exists. Please click on the link below for details. Association Officer advert (FINAL 28 Apr 20)