McCrae’s Battalion Links:
City of Edinburgh Council (www.edinburgh.gov.uk) – supporters of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Falkirk Council (www.falkirk.gov.uk) – supporters of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
West Calder High School (www.wchs.org.uk) – supporters of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Jambos Kickback (www.hmfckickback.co.uk) – Heart of Midlothian FC forum and supporters of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Melville Independent (www.mi-plc.co.uk) – financial management, corporate solutions and supporters of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Pace Print (www.paceprint.co.uk) – official printers to McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Ogilvie & Company (www.ogilvie-co.com) – official auditor of McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (www.oscr.org.uk) – independent regulator of Scottish charities.
Photo Express (www.photoxp.co.uk) – official photographer to McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Digital Engine (www.digitalengine.co.uk) – flexible web design, management and hosting from our webmaster genius, Scott Porter.
Black Isle Bronze (www.blackislebronze.co.uk) – official bronze casters to McCrae’s Battalion Trust. The UK’s only purpose-built bronze casting foundry.
Tennants Natural Scottish Stone (www.tennantselgin.com) – official supplier of building stone to McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
Caithness Stone Industries (www.caithnessstoneindustries.com) – official supplier of paving materials to McCrae’s Battalion Trust.
The Royal Scots (www.theroyalscots.co.uk) – official website of the First of Foot, the oldest regiment in the British Army. This site incorporates information about The Royal Scots Association, whose members form the Contalmaison Colour Party at our 1 July ceremonies.
Royal Scots Association Pipe Band (www.royalscotspipeband.org.uk) – official website of the magnificent Regimental Association Pipe Band.
The Royal Regiment of Scotland (www.army.mod.uk/infantry/regiments/23992.aspx) – Scotland’s new infantry regiment – continuing centuries of proud tradition and service.
The Royal Scots Club (www.royalscotsclub.com) – a living memorial to the sacrifice of the Great War right in the heart of Edinburgh. The Club is also an excellent hotel, catering for conferences and events, including our annual McCrae’s Battalion Remembrance Lunch in November.
Heart of Midlothian FC (www.heartsfc.co.uk) – official website of Heart of Midlothian FC.
East Fife Football Club (www.eastfifefc.info) – official website of East Fife FC.
Alliance France-Ecosse (www.alliance-france-ecosse.com) – the ultimate Franco-Scottish friendship site. Whisky, history and Julian Hutchings, Scotland’s unofficial ambassador to France.
Le Whisky et Vous (www.degustation-whisky.com) – Julian Hutchings’ whisky-tasting website. The online calling-card of one of the world’s most engaging and informed whisky experts.
Royal British Legion of Scotland (www.rblscotland.com) – Scotland’s national ex-services charity and the ‘senior’ Legion organisation in Britain.
The Scottish Poppy Appeal (www.poppyscotland.org.uk) – supporting ex-service personnel and their families. Founded in the aftermath of the Great War as the Earl Haig Fund.
Erskine Hospital (www.erskine.org.uk) – caring for veterans in Scotland and their families.
The Army Benevolent Fund (www.soldierscharity.org) – the national charity of the British Army.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (www.cwgc.org) – caring for the cemeteries and memorials of the Great War.
Scottish National War Memorial (www.snwm.org) – recording the sacrifice of Scots in the Great War and the conflicts that followed.
The Long, Long Trail (www.1914-1918.net) – telling the story of the British Army and the forces of the Commonwealth during the Great War.
La Boisselle Study Group (www.laboisselleproject.com) – battlefield archaeology on the Somme.
Friends of Lochnagar (www.lochnagarcrater.org) – dedicated to the history and preservation of the great mine crater at La Boisselle.
Commune de Contalmaison (www.paysducoquelicot.com/contalmaison.htm) – official website of the village of Contalmaison.
Department of Somme (www.somme.fr) – official website of the Conseil Général de la Somme.
Aux Trois Pigeons (www.3pigeons.fr) – our friend Thierry Gaudefroy. Beside the Basilica in Albert.
Ruhrfolk (www.ruhrfolk.de) – distributors of Hearts of Glory by Craig Herbertson and Ed Westerdale.