Videos tagged with "charity"
East Neuk Dook Anstruther Fife Scotland 2012 [11:36]
Tour Scotland video shot on Boxing Day, December 26th, 2012, of 11th The East Neuk Dook on visit to Anstruther, East Neuk of Fife. I shot a video of the Dook last year as well, unfortunately, my video camera malfunctioned today, as you will see in the second half of this video. Sorry for the poor quality in that part of the video. This year the Dook was raising funds for SSAFA Forces Help, The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help. They are the national charity for those who serve in our Armed Forces, those who used to serve, and their families. Their commitment is to provide a lifetime of support to anyone who has ever served.
Cycling To Lapland For Cancer Charity Tesco Perth Perthshire Scotland [00:17]
Tour Scotland video of a member of staff from the Tesco Store on Edinburgh Road in Perth, Perthshire. Cycle to Lapland is taking place at the store on December 7th, 8th and 9th with many members of staff taking part. If you happen to see them, please give a donation. All the Tesco Stores distribution centres and offices are joining together to help raise £1 million for Cancer Research UK, the Tesco Charity of the Year
Earl Haig Grave Dryburgh Abbey Borders Of Scotland [00:48]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of the grave of Earl Haig, the World War 1 Field Marshal, on the grounds of Dryburgh Abbey on visit to the Scottish Borders. Douglas Haig was born in Edinburgh on the 19th of June, 1861, the youngest son of an ancient Fife family. After Oxford and Sandhurst, he fought in the South African War under Lord Kitchener. He went to France in August 1914 and took part in all the early battles of the First World War. He was made an Earl in 1919 and devoted the rest of his life to caring for the wounded and bereaved of the First World War, he founded the charity British Legion in 1921. He died on the 29 of January 1928, and, at his request, was buried in Dryburgh Abbey
Tommy running for breast cancer charity Greenock Scotland [00:49]
Tommy running for breast cancer charity Greenock Scotland
Tags: Tommy, Greenock, Scotland
A Visit to a Historic Scottish Village in Argyll [09:08]
A quick run through the village of Auchindrain, a run-rig village in Argyll, Scotland which was farmed in from the late 1400's until the 1960's.
Tags: Auchindrain, Hairy Cow, Highland Cattle, Thatched Roof Cottage, Travels in Scotland, Dave and Nancy Boyens, Scottish, Highlands, Highlander, Maureen O'Hara, Quiet Man, Folk Museum, Scaecrow, Chickens, Sheep, Peasant, Rural, Charity