Danny receives top British Legion honour

Danny Munro collecting his award with wife Margaret. NO F32 Munro Legion. 

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A member of the Fort William and District Branch of the Royal British Legion Scotland has been presented with the highest award possible for his dedication.

Danny Munro was presented with a National Certificate of Meritorious Service, the highest award that can be conferred on a member who has served for a length of time and shown dedication to veterans throughout his time as a member and branch office bearer.

The award has to go to the Highlands and Islands committee for approval, then to the National Board of Trustees at Haig house.

Danny also now has life membership of Royal British Legion Scotland. Flowers were presented to Danny’s wife Margaret for her support over many years.

Branch president Kevin Lane made the presentations in the Ben Nevis Hotel on Sunday July 15.