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Central Scotland Parachute Regiment Association

Flagstaff House Napier Road

Colchester, Essex CO2 7SW

United Kingdom

Company Description

For ex-members of the Parachute Regiment. The Central Scotland Branch of the PRA was founded to create a meeting place. ... more

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Terry McCourt

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Terry McCourt Fund Raiser


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Terry McCourt

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Terry McCourt Fund Raiser


Central Scotland Parachute Regiment Association

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Funds for the memorial were raised by Knightswood resident Terry McCourt, who is a member of the Parachute Regimental Association and members of the Central Scotland branch PRA. Mr McCourt said: "Our volunteers got special permission from Glasgow City Council to collect money in Sauchiehall Street once a month. Over two years they managed to raise £15,000.

"The council donated £10,000 of labour and materials to clear the ground and landscape the surrounding area."
A sense of military duty runs in Mr McCourt's family. His father fought in the Second World War with the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) and Terry himself served with the Parachute Regiment. (2 PARA)
Eldest son Terry junior, 27, is a Corporal in 2 PARA.
Mr McCourt added: "We have had great support from Councillor Jonathan Findlay, and from Derek Johnstone at Co-op monumental sculptors, who made the 13.5ft Celtic cross."


Funds for the memorial were raised ...

www.centralpra.co.uk [cached]

Funds for the memorial were raised by Knightswood resident Terry McCourt, who is a member of the Parachute Regimental Association and members of the Central Scotland branch PRA. Mr McCourt said: "Our volunteers got special permission from Glasgow City Council to collect money in Sauchiehall Street once a month. Over two years they managed to raise £15,000.

"The council donated £10,000 of labour and materials to clear the ground and landscape the surrounding area."
A sense of military duty runs in Mr McCourt's family. His father fought in the Second World War with the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) and Terry himself served with the Parachute Regiment. (2 PARA)
Eldest son Terry junior, 27, is a Corporal in 2 PARA.
Mr McCourt added: "We have had great support from Councillor Jonathan Findlay, and from Derek Johnstone at Co-op monumental sculptors, who made the 13.5ft Celtic cross."

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