New Unit makes first steps in the community

The MVS opened its Montrose Unit just weeks ago and they are already supporting their local community by working with the local Army Cadets.

HoU Gareth Norman says, “I received a request from Captain Brown of the Grove Detachment, Black Watch Army Cadet Force, asking if we could be an additional uniformed presence to watch over the cadets while they were poppy collecting on the streets of Broughty Ferry near Dundee”.

Working with the detachments adults, the MVS helped to raise a substantial amount for the RBL’s Poppy Day Collection.

MVS Montrose

The Bamse Project

 

 

To start the day, three of Montrose’s finest visited the bronze statue of Norwegian seadog Bamse at Montrose Harbour.