Haven’t seen any estimates for the numbers at the Galashiels March yet. But P4Indy were there!
So far we have photos of our Glasgow and Edinburgh Group uploaded into our slideshow here. If you were there with another P4Indy group, send us your photos please!
The stall was run by Sheena and her team from our Glasgow Group. And as well as making jewellery, Sheena had been baking including our favourite Scottish sweetie – tablet! Val, another Glasgow group member, recounts this very funny story that happened at the stall…
On our Pensioners for Indy stall today a wee girl wanted some tablet but shook her head when Sheena asked : “Have you not got any pocket money?” So we just gave her some anyway. Ten minutes later back she comes she with a wee boy who asks: “Is this where you get the free tablet?” Wee lassie pipes up: “Only if you haven’t got any pocket money…”
The kids are in good company this is our FM demolishing a plateful of tablet a few months back!
*New Route* Albyn Place To Queens Links Gathering Early, Leave 1.30pm Sharp
Procession Route: Albyn Place, Union Street, King Street, East North Street, Beach Boulevard, Queens Links. Aye Aberdeen will be supporting AUOB to help make this the biggest pro independence demonstration the North East of Scotland has ever seen. Everyone is welcome to take part, no ticket required for the march or the rally. Just turn up. Bring your flags, banners, pipes & drums!
how to book yourself a seat on an AUOB bus to get to a march,
if you can volunteer on a march,
if you can distribute leaflets for the marches.
If you haven’t been on a march, they are great fun. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. You can join at any part of the route if you need to cut down on walking. Go with your family. Take a picnic. Take your dog! Here’s a video of the march in Glasgow last year.