NSW SCOTTISH REGIMENTAL ASSOCIATION

NOTICE BOARD


Scottish Flag Dates for Your Diary

Sunday 1st July 2018, Reserve Forces Day



Scottish Flag The Final Reserve Forces Day, Sunday 1st July

SUPPORT OUR ASSOCIATION BY ATTENDING THE FINAL SYDNEY RESERVE FORCES DAY PARDE

1000h Association members arrive at Hyde Park South, the Park St end at Central Avenue. Terry Kennedy will be at an information table to direct you to our FUP.

1015h Members and partners with invitations to view the parade are requested to to be seated in front of the Memorial.

1030h Medallion Presentation to selected WW1 - 1918 descendants takes place in front of the ANZAC Memorial

1030h The Association forms up in No 2 Contingent, 8th Brigade area on the pathway starting at Central Ave running diagonally to College St.

1100h The No 1 and No2 Contingents march down Central Ave side by side and form up around the Pool of Reflection, No 2 Contingent on the eastern side.
            His Excellency Thomas Bathurst AC, Lieutenant-Governor, will be escorted from Government House to the parade by NSW Mounted Police and the Light Horse.
            A new Standard acknowledging the centenary of the Battle of Hamel 4 Jul 1918 and The Battle of Amiens 8 Aug 1918 will be formally uncased before HE.
            The parade will march past the saluting dais paying compliments to the Reviewing Officer.
            The Parade will then march back to the side of the Pool of Reflection and Asscoations will move forward for a group photograph.
             It is essential that the Association remains together until the photograph is taken.

Dress: Suits or Blue Blazer (coats done up at all times), Grey Trousers or Kilt, Lovatt Green Hose, white shirts, Regimental Tie, Balmorals or Glengarries. Only officially issued medals worn on the left breast. Commemorative medals or those earned by relatives are not worn on RFD parades. The RFD Council has requested that lapel badges be limited to one only worn on the left lapel.

NSW REGIMENTAL ASSOCIATION FORMAL LUNCH
THE CASTLEREAGH BOUTIQUE HOTEL - CELLO'S DINING ROOM

1215h The Adam Room Level 4. Pre-lunch drinks at members' own cost

1300h Move into the Cello's Dining Room

1310h The Association Standards will be marched in.
            Remain standing for Grace to be said
            The Haggis will be piped in for the traditional Address to the Haggis by POipe Major Bill Campbell OAM

1500h Recital by the Pipes and Drums
            Drawing of the Raffle
            Auld Lang Syne

            The lunch will be three courses. Cost $70.00 per head. Our two donors have provided funds for drinks to be served once seated and the lunch commences. When these funds have been used then drinks are at members' own cost.
            Once again we are seeking your assistance in donating all those interesting raffle prizes.