Hooge Day service parade.

by Colin Langeveld
(Liverpool)

Hooge Day

Hooge Day

Church parade(21/6/009) of the Liverpool Scottish Regimental Association commemorating The Battle of Bellewaarde Ridge 1915 –Hooge Day- when twenty three officers and 519 men, of the 10th Batallion Kings Regiment, Liverpool Scottish, all wearing the green/blue Forbes tartan, started running towards the enemy lines.


By the end, 188 of them were dead or missing and 212 were wounded.

The picture was taken standing by the statue of Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC and Bar, MC, RAMC. Attached to the Liverpool Scottish.

I'm wearing the tweed day jacket.

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Hooge Day service parade.

by Colin Langeveld
(Liverpool)

Kit Inspection

Kit Inspection

Kit inspection for the church parade (21/6/09)of the Liverpool Scottish Regimental Association commemorating The Battle of Bellewaarde Ridge 1915 – Hooge Day -


The second picture was taken on the day at Abecrombe Square, Liverpool beside the statue of Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC and Bar, MC, RAMC. attatched to the Liverpool Scottish.

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