March to Cairn.
On the 14th of May 1968 The Cameronians marched through the village of Douglas starting at Addison Drive along the winding ancient streets to stop at the statue of the first colonel of the Regiment James Douglas, Earl of Angus. From there past the Old St Brides Kirk resting place of the mighty Douglas Family on towards the site close by Castle Dangerous and the site upon which the regiment would disband.
Sunday 13th of May 2018 the nearest Sunday to the 14th or Cameronian day, members of 1 Scots Royal Regiment of Scotland, 6 Scots TA), Army Cadets, members of The Cameronians Families Organisation and others were led by the band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland tracing the exact route to the site of the disbandment and the memorial cairn for a service of rememberance in the form of a conventicle. The sun gods blessing the day.