The London Scottish Regimental Trusts are a group of individual but coordinated charities that provide grants and other direct forms of philanthropic activities for the public good. The charitable objectives include support of military capability, military welfare, education, and support of other Scottish charities both in London and Scotland.

The Trusts are based at their own property at 95 Horseferry Road, London – the home of the London Scottish Regiment. The facilities at Horseferry Road are used for military training, corporate hospitality, and private events. The Trusts assets include a Museum containing the Regiment’s heritage from its formation in 1859 to 21st century military operations including Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Trusts also own their own pipes and drums band, the oldest volunteer pipes and drums band in the world. The Pipes and Drums, like the serving soldiers of the London Scottish Regiment, dresses in the distinctive Hodden Grey tartan. A tradition started at the Regiment’s creation by its founder Lord Elcho later Earl of Wemyss.

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