Alasdair Hutton

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Alasdair Hutton

Writer and narrator for public events and concerts, including the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo He was a Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Member of the European Parliament for the South of Scotland Constituency between 1979 and 1989 add

Category: Literature

Born in 1940.

Countries: United Kingdom (33%), Europe (33%), UK (33%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Conservative Party (UK), European Parliament

Linked to: Conservative Party, European Parliament, Scottish Conservative Party, Category:Conservative Party MEPs

 

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Alasdair Hutton was born in 1940 add something

 

"'Alasdair Henry Hutton"' OBE, TD is a writer and narrator for public events and concerts, including the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo He was a Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Member of the European Parliament for the South of Scotland Constituency between 1979 and 1989 add something


1986

He was appointed to the Order of the British Empire as a Member in 1986 and raised to Officer in 1989 add something


2003

He was Convener for nine years from 2003 to 2012 add something


2006

He served with CVHQ attached to UK 1 Div for the next ten years and as Honorary Colonel of the Lothian and Borders Battalion of the Army Cadet Force from 2006 to 2009 add something


2013

In 2013 he published a children's book The Tattoo Fox about the adventures of a Border fox who goes to live on Edinburgh Castle Rock and loves the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo add something


2016

He published a Treasury of Scottish Nursery Rhymes just before Christmas 2016 add something

 

In 2016 he celebrated 25 years as storyteller and writer of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and wrote an account of the Edinburgh Tattoo and the others he has narrated around the world in a book called "The Greatest Show on Earth" add something