Dad's Army ran until 1977 and the series has its own appreciation society.
Hand-written and typed papers held by the North Highland Archive and published online on Highland Council's Am Baile website give an insight into Dad's Army-esque scenarios in Home Guard units in the Highlands.
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In a letter dated 13 January 1941, to the local senior officer Commander Mc Hardy, a volunteer complains about a night's drill in Mid Blyth Hall.The current village of Halkirk was founded in 1803 by Sir John Sinclair, who was the principal landowner of the parish.For further historical information see Skinnet Chapel and the Origins of Halkirk Parish at and the Historical perspective for Parish of Halkirk on the "Gazetteer for Scotland" web site. The old church, shown in the above photo, was built in 1753 and ceased being used in 1934.From starting out as groups of poorly equipped, but enthusiastic, men in May 1940, the organisation was trained and armed to combat a German invasion.In 1968, the exploits of a fictional unit was first broadcast on the BBC.