Mobility scooter donated

At the Furniture Re-cycling depot in Arbroath on Wednesday a mobility scooter was handed over to the Scots Guards Dundee and Angus Branch. The scooter had been donated to the centre and they are now passing it on. The recipient 59 year old Brian king from Dundee was a member of the 1st Battallion Scot's guards for 6 years and served in Germany, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Chelsea. At the presentation are, from left - Dave Cuthill chairman Scots Guards Dundee and Angus branch, The Earl of Dalhousie, Jim Ritchie Scots Guards and Mike hunter manager of the centre.
At the Furniture Re-cycling depot in Arbroath on Wednesday a mobility scooter was handed over to the Scots Guards Dundee and Angus Branch. The scooter had been donated to the centre and they are now passing it on. The recipient 59 year old Brian king from Dundee was a member of the 1st Battallion Scot's guards for 6 years and served in Germany, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Chelsea. At the presentation are, from left - Dave Cuthill chairman Scots Guards Dundee and Angus branch, The Earl of Dalhousie, Jim Ritchie Scots Guards and Mike hunter manager of the centre.

A MOBILITY scooter was handed over to the Dundee and Angus branch of the Scots Guards Association at a ceremony at the Furniture Recycling Project depot in Wardmill Road, Arbroath. The scooter had been donated to the centre and they were happy to pass it on.

The recipient was 59-year-old Brian King who was a member of the 1st Battallion of the Scots Guards for six years and served in Germany, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Chelsea.

l At the informal ceremony are, from left - Dave Cuthill, chairman Scots Guards Association branch; The Earl of Dalhousie, Jim Ritchie, Scots Guards Association; and Mike Hunter, centre manager.