Armed Forces Covenant

Supporting The Armed Forces Community

The Stirling Highland Games President signed the Armed Forces Covenant on June 6th 2022 and was presented with the Bronze level certification at Stirling Highland Games on 20th August 2022. The Principles of The Armed Forces Covenant are set out below:

Stirling Highland Games will endeavour in our business dealings to uphold the key principles of the Armed Forces Covenant, which are:
1. no member of the Armed Forces Community should face disadvantage in the provision of public and commercial services compared to any other citizen
2. in some circumstances special treatment may be appropriate, especially for the injured or bereaved.

Stirling Highland Games will continue to demonstrate our commitment by recognising the value serving personnel, reservists, veterans and military families bring to our business and to our country.

Stirling Highland Games supported the 2019 Armed Forces Day in Stirling by organising a tug o war event in the main arena at Kings Park. Stirling Highland Games volunteers on the day were organised by Cat Cripps, committee member [2015 to 2022] and include President Matt McGrandles [picture on right] organising the tug o war competition.

This event with HRFCA was the catalyst to the future partnership now created between both organisations.

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