Heart of Scotland

For the third year running we will be ‘planting’ our very own Tree of Thanks in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens to pay tribute to all those who have bravely Served or continue to Serve in our Armed Forces.  The unique metal tree stands proudly alongside the Field of Remembrance, bearing heart shaped cards with personalised messages of Remembrance and support.

Our Heart of Scotland packs, which contain a tartan heart, are mailed to supporters and members of the public inviting them to take part in this collective act of Remembrance by personalising their heart and returning it to us.  The hearts will then be added to the tree which will be on display in the run up to Remembrance Day for members of the public to view and to add their own messages.

If you have not received a pack previously and wish to take part please complete the form below as soon as possible and we will send our Heart of Scotland pack to you. Due to constraints on time and resources we are unfortunately not able to fulfil any requests after the 6th November and we are unable to take dedications over the phone.

Tartan hearts will be available at the Field of Remembrance in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens between Monday 30th October and Saturday 11th November 2017.

Please complete the form below if you would like a Heart of Scotland pack posted out to you.

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