Prince Charles to attend homecoming parade of soldiers in Angus
The Duke of Rothesay is to watch a homecoming parade and present operational medals to soldiers in Forfar.
Prince Charles is to attend a homecoming parade and present operational medals to soldiers in Forfar.
The Duke of Rothesay will visit three regiments and present medals to members of The Queen's Own Yeomanry on Thursday.
Around 300 soldiers from The Black Watch 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, 51st Highland 7th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland and The Queen’s Own Yeomanry, recently returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan and will take part in a Homecoming Parade in Forfar attended by The Duke of Rothesay, Royal Honorary Colonel.
Prince Charles will take the salute from a dais outside the Town Hall.
After the parade, Prince Charles will attend a reception at the Royal British Legion where he will meet service personnel from each regiment as well as members of The Black Watch Association.
Following the Reception, Prince Charles will present soldiers from The Queens Own Yeomanry with operational medals.