Guests enjoy spectacular Tattoo

August 22, 2018

Highland and Lowland RFCAs treated around 40 guests to an evening of top-class entertainment at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. 

The event started with a reception and buffet at the Radisson Blue Hotel on The Royal Mile before the guests headed to Edinburgh Castle for the show.

‘The Sky’s the Limit’ was the theme for the Tattoo, which embraced Scotland’s Year of Young People (YoYP) with colourful performers from across the globe. They included Switzerland’s Top Secret Drum Corps, The Central Band of the Czech Armed Forces and, marking their 100th anniversary, the Royal Air Force.

In total, the Tattoo brought together 24 performances to create a showcase of the world’s best military performers.

Companies and organisations represented at last night’s event included Argyll & Bute Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdein Considine, Driver Hire Dundee & Perth, Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd, Highlife Highland, Moray Chamber, Perth & Kinross Council, Perthshire Glazing, Thorntons Law LLP, West Dunbartonshire Council, Dundee and Angus Chamber, Dundee City Council, STEM, and GSL (Associates) Scotland Ltd.

HRFCA’s hosts included Director of Engagement Dai John, Regional Employer Engagement Director Michelle McKearnon, Employer Engagement AO Sharon Swash, and Estates Officer East Radu Nitu.

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