Re: Wearing of the Kilt ???
Alan Brown (awb@BTINTERNET.COM)
Sat, 1 Nov 1997 17:10:35 -0000
Yes, in Scotland the kilt can be worn with a uniform shirt. If you
have a look at
you will see some photographs of Scouts from Ayrshire in the south
west of Scotland visiting London including
Annual Parliamentary Tea Party at the Houses of Parliament.
The kilt is not normally worn at weekly meeting. In Edinburgh we have
a Scout Pipe Band. I am sure that there is a photo of them on the web
somewhere. I'll have a look for it. In the mean time have a look at
If you want to know anything else about Scouting in Scotland feel
free to ask.
133rd Haymarket Scout Troop
Edinburgh - Scotland
From: Tim McLeod <hilander@MNSINC.COM>
To: Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L <SCOUTS-L@TCUBVM.IS.TCU.EDU>
Subject: Wearing of the Kilt ???
Date: 31 October 1997 21:06
Maybe one of our colleagues in the UK would care to address the issue
of wearing the Kilt as part of the Scout uniform. I personally am
curious as to if the uniform shirt is worn with the Kilt in Scotland.
While I realize that uniform guidelines for BSA and in the UK are
not the same, I am none the less curious about this matter.
Tim McLeod - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chancellor High School
A Spotsylvania County School
Cub Scout Pack 846
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