Guards beat retreat!

Photo Caption:- Guardsman Robert Crawford (28) from Viewpark, Glasgow, is pictured in George Square at the 1st Battalion Scots Guards Beating Retreat.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by  Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.
Photo Caption:- Guardsman Robert Crawford (28) from Viewpark, Glasgow, is pictured in George Square at the 1st Battalion Scots Guards Beating Retreat.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers this week.

The Salute was taken by Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.

Photo Caption:- Guardsman Robert Crawford (28) from Viewpark, Glasgow and Guardman Colin Mooney (25) from Livingston at the 1st Battalion Scots Guards Beating Retreat at Glasgow's George Square.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by  Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

Photo Caption:- Guardsman Robert Crawford (28) from Viewpark, Glasgow and Guardman Colin Mooney (25) from Livingston at the 1st Battalion Scots Guards Beating Retreat at Glasgow's George Square.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.

Photo Caption: - Pipers of 1st Battalion Scots Guards at the Beating Retreat in Glasgow.''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by  Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

Photo Caption: - Pipers of 1st Battalion Scots Guards at the Beating Retreat in Glasgow.''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

Photo Caption: - The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards at the Beating Retreat in Glasgow.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by  Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.

Photo Caption: - The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards at the Beating Retreat in Glasgow.'''SCOTS GUARDS IN GLASGOW FOR BEATING RETREAT' 'The Pipes and Drums of 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1 SG) performed a Beating Retreat in front of and enthusiastic crowd at Glasgow City Chambers last night [24th November].' 'The Salute was taken by Bailie Phil Greene who deputised for the Lord Provost.' 'Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the posting of camp guards heralded the closing of barracks gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.' 'ENDS' 'NOTES TO EDITORS' 'For further information contact 1 SG Media Officer Captain Charles Craven on 07799 037565.