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Welcome to the new website for The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Association. This website has been some time in development, but I am confident that the finished article is well worth the wait.
The site has been totally redeveloped and redesigned from scratch, and features a concise history of the Regiment, a gallery packed full of photographs from our collection, and a Museum page. However, and most importantly, it now has an up to date and continually refreshed Events page, and a Members’ Area for the exclusive use of Association members; in both areas you can find news and details of events, while in the Members’ Area, once registered messages can be directly posted, ideas circulated and comments made. Members who wish Association news, notification of events or reports from previously held events placed on the website are requested to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, and in collaboration with Ballantynes of Walkerburn, we have an online shop, where Regimental items and memorabilia can be purchased securely for dispatch.
This website is not an event – it is an ongoing process; it will be continually reviewed, its content updated and its services expanded, while we will listen to and act on practical suggestions for its improvement, so I urge you all to let us know if you have any ideas that we can all benefit from.
I am very grateful to all whose hard work has made this website possible, and to those who will run it for the benefit of members and visitors alike as we move forward.
Always a Borderer,
The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Association