We found the website very informative we spent many happy years attending Horseferry Rd and the childrens parties were enjoyed by our children.
A fine site, outlining a gallant Regiment and it's contribution to the freedom we enjoy today. God Bless Slae Na Gael.
Reginald R. Riddle
Best wishes from Canada.
Capt M. Lindsay, CD
Toronto Scottish Regiment
(Queen Elizabeth,The Queen Mother's Own)
At last. I have been trying to find out about the London Scottish regiment for 10 years. My father joined it when he was under age and went through battles at Arras.however his medal states that he was in the Durham Light Infantry when he was discharged.I would like to know when and why the change of regiment came about. My father's name was Wilfrd Hall and he came from County Durham. I believe that the "H" records were destroyed. Love to hear from anyone on the subject. Freda Cooke.
Excellent site and glad to see the old regiment still going stron and my old platoon commander is now company commander. I am now living in the US but I often think of my short time with the London Jocks and hope I can pay a visit to HQ during one of my visits back to the UK.
Mr Steven Timson
Great site -
good luck to the 30 A(London Scottish)Coy of the London Regt.
MR Thomas Travers
Great site about a Great Regiment. I have been researching the London Scottish for 10 years and have finally found this site. I hope to visit RHQ upon my posting to Sicily.
Lauren Allen Blakley, Chief Petty Officer, USN
An excellent site, well worth the wait!
My son Andrew Morty is currently serving as a piper in the London Scottish Regt.
Best wishes to the regt. from South Africa.
Found it at last, now I need to speak to some one in charge to get a London Scottish Cadet page added.
Great idea, well done Monkey and co for thinking it up.
Just trying to sort Grandad's history out - bloody good website - congratulations - this is all highly professional.
My grandad (William Fibbens) served with the regiment in WW1. He was wounded in France (perhaps at Loos). I'm trying to get more information about his service (and indeed his battles). Can anyone help?
Mike Fibbens, Kurrajong Heights Australia.
Glad to see the site up and running. Small point. London Yeomanry & Territorials also did a Camp at Folkestone. I know - I was there!
John Van der Vord.
Well done. A good looking layout. I look forward to keeping in touch with what's going on in the regiment. Hopefully it won't be too long before I can pay a long overdue visit to 95.
Doug Kean, Ex Sgt.