Sergeant Sean Binnie Memorial Bench

by ASA Scotland Charity SCO48597 in Bathgate, Scotland, United Kingdom

Sergeant Sean Binnie Memorial Bench

£1,535

raised so far

+ est. £125.00 Gift Aid

43

supporters

To raise £2000 to purchase 2 Memorial Benches for the family of Sergeant Sean Binnie.

by ASA Scotland Charity SCO48597 in Bathgate, Scotland, United Kingdom

New stretch target

Any extra funds raised will be donated to future Memorial Benches to remember those who have served in our Armed Forces and paid the ultimate sacrifice.


Sergeant Sean Binnie from The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, in southern Afghanistan on Thursday 7 May 2009.

Sergeant Binnie, aged 22, was killed during a fire fight with insurgents near Musa Qaleh in Helmand province, where he was serving as part of the Battle Group mentoring the Afghan National Army (ANA).

Sergeant Binnie joined the Army in 2003. Following basic training he joined his battalion in Warminster and moved with them to Belfast at the end of 2005, taking part in the operation to close down British Army bases in the province. He served with his battalion in both Iraq and the Falkland Islands. Sergeant Binnie passed the arduous Section Commanders’ Battle Course last year and took command of his section in time to deploy on Operation HERRICK in Afghanistan in March, living and working amongst the Afghan troops.

Sean is sadly missed every day by his Mother, Father, Friends and Family. 

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