The Royal Scots Club will be commemorating the upcoming Remembrance weekend with two very special events on Saturday 7 November and Sunday 8 November, to mark the 70 year anniversary of the end of WWII.
On Saturday 7 November, supper will be served at the Club before members and guests go on to the Festival of Remembrance, a spectacular night of music, colour and movement at Usher Hall.
The next day, Sunday 8 November, the Club will host its annual three-course Remembrance Day Sunday lunch which will be preceded by a short dedication at the Club memorials.
“The Royal Scots Club was founded as a living memorial to members of the regiment who died during the Great War,” says Major General Mark Strudwick, chairman of the Trustees, “so this short annual ceremony has particular importance for us. One hundred years on we continue to honour the sacrifice made by so many local men, both in that and subsequent conflicts.”