On Thursday 24th August, Aardvark’s Procurement Lead, Narinder Phull and his wife attended the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo as guests of the Lowland RFCA branch of the Employer Recognition Scheme for the Armed Forces Covenant.
Following a supper and drinks reception with The Lowland RFCA, a walk up the Royal Mile led to the Castle to enjoy the celebration of military bands and display teams showcasing their country and culture.
On the experience, Narinder said, “What a great evening attending the Edinburgh Military Tattoo on behalf of Aardvark with the team from the Lowlands Reserve Forces and Cadets Association. A delicious dinner with great company followed by an amazing show at the Castle. We met some wonderful people and are looking forward to working with them in the future.”
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is a truly breathtaking event exhibiting the rich history and heritage of Scotland, with impressive performances set against the backdrop of the iconic Edinburgh Castle. The Tattoo brings together people from across the globe, showcasing the power of culture in a spectacular display of pipes and drums, highland dancers, military drill displays, flypasts, fireworks and so much more, creating an unforgettable experience for the audience.