Commemorative Photos, Designs and Slogans created by A Force For Good




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On this page we gather together, and showcase, the Commemorative Graphics and Slogans, which are designed regularly by A Force For Good.

Distribution Guidance: These slogans and, unless stated, the photographs, are copyright to Alistair McConnachie and A Force For Good. Nevertheless, we encourage people to distribute them freely on social media providing credit is given as follows: "Pic and slogan courtesy of http://www.aForceForGood.org.uk"

Please note, however, that if you are a Campaigning Organisation which is commissioning ideas, or if you are a PR Company or related business, which has been commissioned to work in this field, and you would like to use any of these Images or Slogans in any medium, to promote the pro-UK campaign, then please contact Alistair McConnachie for permission and rates.


Don't Let the ScotNats Rebuild Hadrian's Wall.

"Don't Let the ScotNats Rebuild Hadrian's Wall" Pic copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 10 July 2016, on the Anniversary of the death of Hadrian in 138AD.


Their Day at the Beach.

"Your Day at the Beach Brought to You by Their Day at the Beach" Please note, the two pics are not copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 6 June 2016, the 72nd Anniversary of D-Day.


Shakespeare Cymbeline quote.

"Britain is a World by Itself and we will Nothing Pay for Wearing our own Noses!" Please note, the pic of Shakespeare is not copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 23 April 2016 on the 400 Anniversary of the Bard's death.


Happy Valentine's Day to the UK.

"Happy Valentine's Day to the UK." Design and slogan by Alistair McConnachie. Please note, heart shape is not copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 14 February 2016.


Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding. Copyright Alistair McConnachie 19-6-15.

"Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 15 February on the anniversary of his death in 1970.


James Watt Statue, Greenock. Copyright Alistair McConnachie 11-1-13.

"James Watt Statue, Greenock." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 19 January to commemorate his birth on this day in 1736.


Glasgow City Chambers. Copyright Alistair McConnachie.

"Glasgow City Chambers." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 22 August 2015, to commemorate the day in 1888 when Queen Victoria opened Glasgow City Chambers. The photograph shows the pediment with Queen Victoria surrounded by figures from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the British Empire.


Colin Campbell Field Marshall Lord Clyde. Copyright Alistair McConnachie, 5-6-14.

"Colin Campbell Field Marshall Lord Clyde." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 14 August 2015, to commemorate the day in 1863 when he passed away.


Nelson Monument in Glasgow Green. Copyright Alistair McConnachie, 20-7-13.

"Nelson Monument in Glasgow Green." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 1 August 2015, to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of Aboukir.


Queen Anne outside St Pauls. Copyright Alistair McConnachie.

"Queen Anne outside St Pauls." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 1 August 2015, to commemorate the day in 1714 when Queen Anne, the first Monarch of Great Britain (after the Treaty of Union), and Queen of France and Ireland, passed away.


The Esplanade, Greenock.

"The Esplanade, Greenock." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 29 July 2015, to commemorate the birthday in 1883 of Henry Robertson Bowers, who was part of Captain Robert Scott's 5-man expedition to the South Pole, and who was born in the house on the right of this photograph.


Tower Bridge from a Thames Clipper, 19-6-12.

"Tower Bridge from a Thames Clipper, 19-6-12." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 30 June 2015, to commemorate the 121st Anniversary of the opening of Tower Bridge on this day in 1894.


Florence Nightingale, Crimean War Memorial, Waterloo Place.

"Florence Nightingale, Crimean War Memorial, Waterloo Place." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published on 12 May 2015, to commemorate the birthday of Florence Nightingale on this day in 1820.


Happy Birthday United Kingdom 2015.

"Happy Birthday United Kingdom 2015." Concept and Design by Alistair McConnachie. Please note, the original heart shape is not copyright to Alistair McConnachie and is of unknown copyright. Published on British Union Day, 1 May 2015.


North Britain 1 South Britain 3.

"North Britain 1 South Britain 3." Please note, photograph is not copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 19 November 2014.


Robert Burns Statue in George Square, Glasgow. Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie

"Robert Burns Statue in George Square, Glasgow." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 18 September 2014.


Prince Charles lays a wreath at the Cenotaph in George Square in Glasgow, as the Union Flag hangs at half mast from the City Chambers. Monday 4 August 2014, WW1 Commemoration Service. Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie

"Prince Charles lays a wreath at the Cenotaph in George Square in Glasgow, as the Union Flag hangs at half mast from the City Chambers. Monday 4 August 2014, WW1 Commemoration Service." Photograph copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 4 August 2014.


The British Royal Family are the direct descendants of Robert the Bruce Infographic

"The British Royal Family are the direct descendants of Robert the Bruce Infographic." Concept and Design by Alistair McConnachie. Please note the photograph is not copyright of Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 24 June 2014, the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn.


Happy Birthday Prince William

"Happy Birthday Prince William." Photo and Design by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 21 June 2014, the 32nd Birthday of Prince William.


The Waterloo Monument, New Abbey

"The Waterloo Monument, New Abbey." Photo and Design by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 18 June 2014, the 199th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo.


Bannockburn and D-Day Comparison

"Scottish Nationalists obsess about what the Scots and English did to each other in a battle 700 years ago. British Unionists remember what the Scots and English did together in a battle 70 years ago." Slogan and Design by Alistair McConnachie. Please note, the pictures are not copyright to Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 6 June 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-Day.


Veterans at the Glasgow Cenotaph, Armed Forces Day, 29 June 2013

"Veterans at the Glasgow Cenotaph, Armed Forces Day, 29 June 2013" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 31 May 2014, the day in 1924 when Earl Haig unveiled the Glasgow Cenotaph.


Queen Victoria, Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow

"Queen Victoria takes a Selfie on her birthday 24 May at Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow". Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 24 May, the day in 1819 when Queen Victoria was born.


St George and the Dragon Statue, St George's Cross, Glasgow

"St George and the Dragon Statue, St George's Cross, Glasgow" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on St George's Day, 23 April 2014.


Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother

"Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 30 March 2014.


King George VI dies but Britain Lives On and a New Hand takes the Wheel of State

"King George VI dies but Britain Lives On and a New Hand takes the Wheel of State" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 6 February 2014.


Robert Burns Statue, George Square, Glasgow

"To the British Constitution...I am most devoutly attached" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 25 January 2014 on Burn's Day.


Robert Burns Statue, George Square, Glasgow

"Among ourselves United for never but by British Hands must British wrongs be Righted" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 25 January 2014 on Burn's Day.


Together We Can Set an Example to the World

"Together We Can Set an Example to the World" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 20 November 2013 on the 66th wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.


The Union Jack: The Flag that Braved the Battle and the Breeze

"The Union Jack: The Flag that Braved the Battle and the Breeze" Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 21 October 2013 on the anniversary of the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar.


Happy Birthday Horatio Nelson

"Happy Birthday Horatio Nelson Infographic" Infographic and Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 29 September 2013, the birthday of Viscount Nelson in 1758.


Alma: Forward the 42nd Infographic

"Alma: Forward the 42nd." Infographic and Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 20 September 2013, on the day of the 1854 Battle of Alma in the Crimea.


General Sir Charles Pasley, the Scot who created the idea of the British Empire, Infographic

"General Sir Charles Pasley, the Scot who Created the Idea of the British Empire." Infographic by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 8 September 2013, on the day of Sir Charles's 1780 birth in Eskdalemuir.


'An Empire's Tribute' statue of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

"An Empire's Tribute statue of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, British Prime Minister." Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 7 September 2013, on the day of Sir Henry's 1836 birth in Glasgow.


Tank Traps on Largo Bay

"Nationalists remember a feudal battle 700 years ago. We remember why these Tank Traps were laid on Largo Bay, Firth of Forth, 74 years ago." Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 3 September 2013, the 74th Anniversary of the start of WW2.


Captain James Cook standing guard at Admiralty Arch.

"Captain James Cook standing guard at Admiralty Arch." Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 26 August 2013 to commemorate his first expeditionary voyage on 26 August 1798. Captain Cook was born to James, a farm labourer from Scotland, and Grace, a local woman, in Marton in Yorkshire on 7 November 1728.


Dudley D Watkins.

"Dudley D Watkins." Please note the pictures of Mr Watkins and The Broons are not copyright to Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 20 August 2013, on the date of the 1969 death of the Englishman who created and illustrated the Scottish icons, The Broons and Our Wullie.


Hadrian's Wall. Don't Let the Nationalists Rebuild It.

"Hadrian's Wall. Don't Let the Nationalists Rebuild It." Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 8 August 2013.


We Remember Super Saturday

"We Remember Super Saturday." Please note the photo of Jessica Ennis is not copyright to Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 4 August 2013.


Korean War Veterans' Memorial, Glasgow

"Korean War Veterans' Memorial, Glasgow" photograph. Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 27 July 2013.


Olympic Rings, George Square, Glasgow Summer 2012

"Olympic Rings, George Square, Glasgow Summer 2012" photograph. Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Published by Alistair McConnachie on 26 July 2013.


KIng James 1 of Great Britain

"King James 1 of Great Britain became King of Scots on 24 July 1567" graphic. Please note the original picture of King James is not copyright to Alistair McConnachie. Designed and published by Alistair McConnachie on 24 July 2013.


Eastern Necropolis Commonwealth War Grave and Venue for Opening Ceremony of the British Commonwealth Games

"Eastern Necropolis Commonwealth War Grave and Venue for Opening Ceremony of the British Commonwealth Games" photograph. Photo by Alistair McConnachie. Designed and published by Alistair McConnachie on 23 July 2013, one year before the Opening Ceremony.


John Arbuthnot invented John Bull. Dudley D Watkins invented The Broons and Oor Wullie

"John Arbuthnot invented John Bull. Dudley D Watkins invented The Broons and Oor Wullie" infographic. Please note the photographs are not copyright to Alistair McConnachie. Designed and published by Alistair McConnachie on 27 February 2013.


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