Activity Card 1 - Jack Low's Prisoner of War Poetry

 

Activity Card 1 – Jack Low’s Prisoner of War Poetry

 

 

Activity Card 5 - 'Beaches of St. Valery' song

 

St. Valery Activity Card 5 – ‘Beaches of St. Valery’ by Davy Steele.

 

 

St. Valery Activity Card 4 - Grampian TV Documentary Clip (8 mins)

St. Valery Activity Card 4 – Grampian TV Documentary Clip (8mins)

Activity Card 3 - Four Major Military Players of St. Valery

 

St. Valery Activity Card 3 – Four Major Players of St. Valery

St. Valery Live Lesson: 'The 51st are off to France! Are you coming?'

St.Valery Live Lesson: ‘The 51st are off to France! Are you coming?’

Activity Card 6 - Script of 'The Beaches of St. Valery' - A Play by Stuart Hepburn

St. Valery Activity Card 6 – Script of ‘The Beaches of St. Valery’ a play by Stuart Hepburn

St. Valery Activity Card 2 - 'The Beaches of St. Valery' a play by Stuart Hepburn

St. Valery Activity Card 2 – ‘The Beaches of St. Valery’ a play by Stuart Hepburn

St. Valery: Part 1: Jack Low talking about his father Jack Low (51st Highland Division) & POW

John Low’s father fought and was captured at #StValery80. Listen to his incredible story and find out more about the “Forgotten 51st” click below:

John Low

John Low’s father fought and was captured at #StValery80. Listen to his incredible story and find out more about the “Forgotten 51st”. Together with Legion Scotland and @RCET – Scotland's Armed Forces Children's Charity, we’re ensuring they are forgotten no more. Find out more at www.poppyscotland.org.uk/st-valery.Remember their sacrifice and help us to support the Armed Forces community today. To donate £5 text PIPER to 70007. Standard network rates are likely to apply but the full donation will go directly to @Poppyscotland, Legion Scotland and @RCET – Scotland's Armed Forces Children's Charity

Posted by Poppyscotland on Saturday, June 6, 2020

St. Valery: Part 2: Jack Low talking about his father Jack Low (51st Highland Division) & POW

Jack Low fought and was captured at #StValery80. In the second part of his incredible story, his son John Low, tells of his father’s time as a PoW in Poland and his eventual return to Britain four years later.

Jack Low fought and was captured at #StValery80. In the second part of his incredible story, his son John Low, tells of his father’s time as a PoW in Poland and his eventual return to Britain four years later. Find out more at www.poppyscotland.org.uk/st-valery.Remember the sacrifice of the “Forgotten 51st” and help us to support the Armed Forces community today. To donate £5 text PIPER to 70007. Standard network rates are likely to apply but the full donation will go directly to Poppyscotland, Legion Scotland and RCET – Scotland's Armed Forces Children's Charity.

Posted by Poppyscotland on Friday, June 5, 2020