Kyle Detachment accepting a cheque for 5031 08 raised by the Co op Members of Kyle of Lochalsh

Ross Cadets Benefit from Co-op Fund

A trio of Ross Company Detachments have all recently benefited from the Co-op Local Community Fund.

Ross Cadets Benefit from Co-op Fund

27 November 2021

  • 1st Battalion The Highlanders ACF

Cadets from our Alness, Dingwall and Kyle Detachments will now benefit from almost £10,000 of funding that can go towards improving the cadet experience for their Detachments.

The first of two cheque presentations took place last Saturday. The first presentation was in Kyle of Lochalsh and which was attended by the cadets of Kyle Detachment, who accepted a cheque of £5031.08 which was raised by co-op members of the local community. The second presentation last Saturday was in Dingwall, which was attended by Ross Company’s Sergeant Major CSMI Craig MacIver (34) who accepted cheque for £3509.88 on behalf of Dingwall Detachment. The final presentation took place on Tuesday, at the co-op in Alness, and was attended by Alness Detachment Commander Lieutenant Stuart Nicolson (31), who accepted a cheque for £1350 on behalf of the Detachment.

The Co-op Local Community Fund supports projects across the UK that Co-op members care about, every time one of their members buy selected Co-op branded products and services they give local causes a helping hand.