Edinburgh’s Garden of Remembrance opens in honour of war dead

The Rt Hon Donald Wilson,  Lord Provost of Edinburgh City
,
opens Edinburgh's Garden of Remembrance. Picture: Jon Savage

The Rt Hon Donald Wilson, Lord Provost of Edinburgh City , opens Edinburgh's Garden of Remembrance. Picture: Jon Savage

4
Have your say

Edinburgh’s Garden of Remembrance opened following a ceremony at East Princes Street Gardens.

Edinburgh’s Garden of Remembrance opened following a ceremony at East Princes Street Gardens.

The opening event, which was organised by Legion Scotland, Scotland’s largest veterans’ membership charity, saw wreaths laid in memory of those who have fallen in conflict.

Around 60 veterans laid wreaths, poppies and wooden crosses and were joined at the event by members of the public who paid their respects.

Lord Provost Donald Wilson and culture secretary Fiona Hyslop also attended the poignant ceremony in the shadow of the Scott Monument.

The Scottish National Remembrance Sunday memorial event will be held at the Stone of Remembrance outside the City Chambers on the Royal Mile on November 13 at 11am.