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Scotland’s plans to commemorate WW1 centenary: Drumhead service and procession will mark the start of Scottish programme
The wills of 26,000 Scottish soldiers who died in WWI made available online for the first time
First Minister announces first grants to repair and conserve Scotland’s war memorials
First Minister announces dates for WWI commemorations in Scotland
First Minister announces WWI battlefield schools’ visit funding
Scottish World War 1 Commemoration Panel annouced
Former Military Chaplain to lead WWI commemorations
£1million to preserve memory of Scotland's war dead
Scottish Commemorations Panel Area 2-H Victoria Quay Edinburgh EH6 6QQ
The role of the Scottish Commemorations Panel is to recommend a preferred approach for Scotland’s commemorations of the centenary of World War One, and to oversee the delivery of the programme.
The Scottish Commemoration Panel website has moved. Click here to visit the new pages: http://www.scotland.org/whats-on/ww100scotland/
Page updated: Tuesday, February 21, 2017