The Royal Scots Regimental Memorial consists of Doddington stone monoliths depicting regimental uniforms through the ages, laid out so that each stone is illuminated by the sun as it moves across the sky.
This Monument was erected under the bequest of Campbell Smith, s.s.c. Edinburgh, a pioneer of the royal scots club and a great friend of the regiment. it was unveiled byh.r.h. the princess royal c.e.g., c.v.o. g.b.e. t.d. colonel-in-chief, on the 26th july in the first year of the reign of queen Elizabeth II
On 28 march 2006, 373 years to the day since king Charles I signed the warrant to raise the regiment, the royal scots (the royal regiment) merged with the other surviving Scottish infantry regiments to form the royal regiment of Scotland. our unbroken history and service to the sovereign and country lives on in the 1st battalion of the new regiment