Well it was a normal day in the office to day but somehow a break out of hilarity occurred thanks to the Comms team feeling that things needed to be revved up so they appeared in halloween guise frightening the office cat and cleaners, who have resigned. I had heard this was in the wind so I made sure I was away from the office. Of course Halloween is actually on Monday but Friday is our dress down day so they brought it forward. Halloween is important for the London Scottish who went into action on Halloween Night at Ypres in 1914. They therefore became the first Territorial Force unit to go into action in World War One.
http://www.britishmilitarytournament.com/. The rather bad photo shows the other partners in the BMT. The long of it is Robert Robson the CE of the RN and RM Charity and the short of it is Rob Wright the Controller (endangered species) of the RAF Benevolent Fund. We do as much as we can together and on these occasions hunt as a pack.
This is our old friend Spot who did the Reivers Ride with Mr Stitch. Here she is having done a clear round at the Army and Royal Artillery Hunter Trial at Larkhill. It was generously supported by Lockheed Martin. The organisers did a grand job getting 250 riders thru the course. We didn't have to jump the gun this time!!