FOLLOWING the success of their static flag display on Kirkcaldy beach, Yes2indee are promising more such events over the coming months.

Pride in the Saltire as the flag of Scotland has probably never been higher, and Yes2indee are pledging to campaign for independence with the Saltire – one of the oldest flags in the world – as their banner and badge.

You might think there is a surfeit of Saltires around at the moment, but Yes2indee national organiser Gary Kelly says there can never be enough and the flag needs to be seen in places where it is not normally displayed as a reminder of its cultural significance for Scotland.

So at the weekend, Kelly led a short “pup up” mobile Saltire display around Glasgow – you can see the pictures on Yes2indee’s Twitter and Facebook pages.

Kelly explained; “Yes2Indee took a large Saltire on a wee adventure around Glasgow with myself and Gerry Kelly and Billy Knox Photography meeting up at 10am at the Maryhill locks on the Forth and Clyde canal.

“We then continued to fly the Saltire on almost every bridge on the River Kelvin, stopping at several locations. The response from the good people from Glasgow was amazing with loads of positive comments on social media.

“It was another successful controlled event after the Kirkcaldy beach display. Yes2Indee continues to plan events with limited numbers following Scottish Government Covid-19 guidelines.”