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There are six Association branches in Scotland.


Aberdeen, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow and the West of Scotland and Perthshire

Who can join the Association?


Anyone who has served in the RASC, the RCT or has been attached to units of the RASC or the RCT while serving in the REME, ATS or WRAC.  Former and serving members of the RLC will also be made most welcome.


Associate membership may be granted by Branches to people who have had long or special connections with either Corps or, in particular, with the Branch.


What does it cost?


Membership is very nominal and is well worth the cost.


Annual Membership - £1.00


Life Membership - £6.00



What can I put into it?


The benefits of Association membership depend, as always in such organisations, upon the contributions made by members in offering friendship, helping others, helping to run Branches by joining the committee and being a positive member.


If you valued the comradeship of your service in the Army and the standards achieved, help to maintain them by joining your local Branch.


Contact details for each branch are on the branch webpages.  Alternatively use the "Contact us" button at the top of this page.

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For Information


Trip for 2018 Perthshire Branch are proposing to organise the following trip.


Members of other Branches who would like to go along can contact the Perthshire Branch Secretary Mr J Kirk for details.


Mr A Stirton informed the members at the meeting on Friday 29th September about the trip to EDEN CAMP – the Royal Armoury.


Starting on Monday 18th June 2018


Tuesday 19th Eden Camp - Royal Armoury, Leeds.


Wednesday 20th National Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire.


Thursday 21st Imperial war Museum, Manchester.


Then head on to Blackpool for the end of Veterans week.


Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd in Blackpool.


Sunday 24th head home.


£470 - £550 pp DB+B for 7 days.

Prices + itinerary are still to be confirmed.

Update on Perthshire Branch Trip for 2018


Contact - Ally Stirton -


Monday 25th June to Monday 2nd July -

4 nights dinner bed & breakfast at the Britannia Leeds

3 nights at the hotel in Blackpool (hotel to be confirmed)




Monday - travel down to Leeds with a stop for lunch on route.


Tuesday  - Leeds armouries & Eden camp.


Wednesday - the National Memorial Arboretum


Thursday -  imperial war museum Manchester ( and transfer to Blackpool)


Friday / Saturday / Sunday - in  Blackpool


Monday - travel home


Total cost for coach & hotels in double / twin rooms with private bathroom  is  £365 per person.


Single rooms will have a supplement.


This price does not include any entrance fees.


Scottish Regional Dance 2018


The next Regional Dance will be on the 12th May 2018 in the Salutation Hotel, South Street, Perth.

Members wishing to book rooms at the hotel and take advantage of the arranged discount, must do so by calling the hotel reception desk, and tell them they are attending the function at the time of booking.  This discount is not available if booking online.

There were only 16 rooms available on the night of the dance so early booking is advised.

Members who wish to attend should order tickets from their branch secretary.

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Chairman’s Message


I would like to thank Benny McHale, Vice Chairman and Willie Miller, Secretary /Treasurer of the Region for all their hard work and support over the last year.  

I would also like to thank all the Branch Chairmen and their Committees for their continued commitment to the Branch and the Association as a whole.

We must not forget all the support from the members of the branches without whom the Association would founder.

Last year was a busy year for functions as usual the Regional Dance was successful due to being so well supported, hopefully this support will continue in the future.

The various branches have all held functions many of which Benny and I have been delighted to attend.

We both hope to visit as many branches as possible in 2018.

Wishing All members of the Association and their Families a very Happy and prosperous New Year.


Duncan Forbes

Scottish Chairman