Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders march through Stirling and are honoured by the Provost.
No title. Argylls marches through Stirling, Scotland.
Low angle shot, looking past cannon of the bank, of the Argyll Regiment leaving the castle. Panning shot regiment. Panning shot of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Top shot showing the Shetland pony mascot being led at the head of the column of soldiers. L/S long column of Argylls as they round corner. M/S of the marching soldiers with the mascot in the foreground. M/S Argylls marching through streets. L/S as the Argylls arrive at saluting base and come to a halt.
M/S of Lieutenant Colonel Colin Mitchell ("Mad Mitch") and Robert McIntyre, the Provost of Stirling on saluting platform. C/U Lt. Col. Mitchell and the Provost. M/S of the Argylls standing at attention in front of the platform. M/S the Argylls' order arms. C/U the Provost holding trophy cup, ready to present to Lt. Col. Mitchell. M/S the Provost handing the cup over to LT. Col. Mitchell. Panning shot of the soldiers standing at ease. C/U of Lt. Col. Mitchell on the platform after receiving cup.
Narrator explains that the Argylls are one of the regiments that may be disbanded after recent Government defence cuts.