Education charity Never Such Innocence is inviting teachers, children and young people from across Scotland to attend an evening of commemoration through song, poetry and art at Edinburgh Castle on Thursday 7 December.
Scotland yesterday commemorated the remarkable achievements of Dr Elsie Inglis and the Scottish Women’s Hospitals during the WW1 effort, 100 years to the minute since the start of her funeral in 1917. A service of thanksgiving was held at 2pm in Edinburgh’s St Giles Cathedral, the same location as the original funeral a century ago.
WW100 Scotland is inviting people to come along and celebrate the achievements of a remarkable woman at a service to be held in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, at 2pm on Wednesday 29 November 2017.
WW100 Scotland is offering secondary pupils the opportunity to attend a talk on Dr Elsie Inglis – a woman dedicated to developing the rights of women and to caring for those most in need in Scotland and overseas.
WW100 Scotland is set to commemorate the remarkable achievements of Dr Elsie Inglis and the Scottish Women’s Hospitals during the WW1 effort, 100 years on from her death.
Violin maker Steve Burnett has crafted bespoke violins in honour of three influential World War One poets; Wilfred Owen, Seigfried Sassoon and Robert Graves.
A party of “Old and Bold” from the King’s Own Scottish Borderers (KOSB) has returned from its pilgrimage to commemorate the Battle of Passchendaele.
A party of “Old and Bold” from the King’s Own Scottish Borderers (KOSB) will conduct a pilgrimage this month to commemorate one of the most tragic battles of the war.
Thousands of people from across the country descended on the town of Crieff to watch a poignant parade and service to mark the 100-year commemoration of the Battle of Passchendaele – a conflict that claimed the lives of tens of thousands of Allied soldiers.
A series of events taking place this summer and autumn will commemorate the centenary of war poet Wilfred Owen’s stay at Craiglockhart War Hospital in Edinburgh in 1917, where he met fellow war poet Siegfried Sassoon and produced some of his most famous work.
A National Theatre of Scotland production following the lives of three women during World War One is touring throughout Scotland from now until the beginning of June.
The Jellicoe Express, the dedicated railway service established during World War One to transport navy personnel throughout the country, is being commemorated with a programme of plaque-unveilings to coincide with the visit of a steam-hauled train to Scotland.
On Sunday 9 April, hundreds of people turned out to the WW100 Scotland Service at Faubourg d’Amiens Cemetery in Arras, France to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Arras.
Seventy-two S3 history pupils representing each local authority in Scotland are set for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to France to observe the centenary of the Battle of Arras at Scotland’s commemorations.
La bataille d’Arras est celle qui a réuni la plus grande concentration de troupes écossaises au cours d’une seule bataille de toute la Première Guerre mondiale.
To launch the WW100 Scotland commemorations taking place in France and Scotland, Alasdair Hutton OBE, narrator for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, whose grandfather was gravely injured but survived the Battle of Arras, was joined by singer Amy Hawthorn, young members of Cockenzie and Port Seton Pipes and Drums Euan Williamson, 13, and Carys Grieve, 13, and cadets Connor Mullen, 14, Melissa Rodger 14, and Kimberely Dougal, 16, from the Glasgow and Lanarkshire Battalion Army Cadet Force.
A talk commemorating the feats of Scottish soldiers will take place at Cleish Village Hall near Kinross on Friday 24th March at 7.30pm.
Scotland will mark the Battle of Arras and the centenary of the death of Dr Elsie Inglis as part of this year’s World War One commemorations, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has announced.
A new video documenting the King’s Own Scottish Borderers (KOSB) Association’s commemorative trip to the Somme in October 2016 can now be viewed.