Groups from across the Region took part in services to mark 100 years since the Armistice brought an end to World War One through activities in their meetings and through attending Armistice Day services across the Region. Below are a small selection of the ways that Groups around South East Scotland remembered.

14th Midlothian (Bonnyrigg) Scouts along with other Groups in Midlothian attended local Remembrance Services – even making onto the front page of the local newspaper:

The 103rd Braid Cubs told stories about relatives who fought in WW1 and made a wreath to lay in the Church

82nd Craigalmond (Cramond) Scouts had a great night making poppies, cracking codes, matching WW1 Scout badges to their modern day equivalents, reviewing lots of WW1 memorabilia including letters, posters, newspapers and reading stories about the role Scouts played before attending their Remembrance Service on Sunday.