AUOB Edinburgh March 2019
Kieran Grant, Dingwall Academy
Edinburgh 2019 was my First Independence March, having only joined Ross and Sutherland a few weeks ago even having supported Independence for as long as I can remember.
I can certainly say it won’t be my last, the feeling of togetherness of people young and old from all four corners of Scotland and beyond was emotional to say the least. You won’t get that feeling and experience anywhere else.
I remember saying to myself, this is something special. No where else have I gone knowing only a few and come back knowing so many.
I think all members can agree that it was amazing to be part of the biggest independence march to date, even better through the heart of the capital.
Yes Ross Sutherland Cèilidh
Saturday 21st March from 7:30pm
We are having a fundraiser at the Jubilee Hall with music from Steve Eaglesham and the Tin O’ Wonders. Paul Colvin (indy poet) will be joining us. Other entertainment tbc
AUOB Yes Independence March, Perth 7th September 2019
And we would hardly have gone unnoticed, with about 20,000 going past well-populated areas, down into the centre and through to the North Inch by the Tay, and no doubt into the all-important local media. It has been suggested that there were more police than usual, but if so, they weren’t intrusive.
AUOB Yes Independence March, Aberdeen 17 August 2019
We marched the length of Union Street, still the focal thoroughfare for Aberdeen, even if now more for access to the malls on side streets than a shopping mecca itself. At one point the Yes march filled the street along its length and in its breadth, neither noted for being small. AUOB say over 12,000 of us; it would be easy to believe a higher figure
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Yes Ross Sutherland very much appreciate the funding support provided by the Scottish Independence Foundation.