Tayside landmine remover calls on public to make most of doubled donations


Frank Philip MBE, from Kinloch Rannoch, has been among the experts clearing belts of improvised explosive devices (IED) installed by Isis, as well as unexploded devices dating as far back as the 1980s, laid during the nation’s war with Iran.

Having first met charity The Halo Trust in Somalia while working in private security, former soldier Frank quickly became involved with the organisation.

The Montrose-born 60-year-old spent 30 years with the Gordon Highlanders and served in Iraq before returning to the war-torn nation in 2017 with Halo.

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Source: The Courier