July 21, 2014 - Susan carried the Queen's Baton in the Relay leading up to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Then she shared the Baton experience with children in Yorkhill Royal Hospital for Sick Children, including those who couldn't leave their rooms.
School had a suprise visitor! April 10, 2014 Susan visits Talbot Specialist School, a coeducational, day community secondary special School providing education for young people aged 11-19 years of age, with a range of Cognition and Learning Difficulties.
Prince Harry sums up why H4H is so important to those that have been wounded in recent battles.
"So many of our Servicemen and women have made the ultimate sacrifice; so many lives have been lost and so many changed forever by the wounds that they have suffered in the course of their duties. For these selfless people, it is after the guns have fallen silent, the din of battle quietened, that the real fight begins – a fight that may last for the rest of their lives."
Boyle said: “My father served in the Second World War so the Scottish Poppy Appeal is a cause close to my heart. The money raised means that Poppyscotland can provide much needed support to thousands of veterans and, of course, their families.
“The armed forces community today really needs our support and I hope the Scottish public will get behind the 2012 appeal and give as much money as they can when putting money in the poppy tins.”