The   club   was   formed   in   Inveraray   on   28th   April   2006   to   celebrate   the   life   and   works   of Robert   Burns,   Scotland's   Poet   and   most   famous   Son   and   to   honour,   arguably,   the   greatest Scotsman that ever lived, who is honoured in countries in every continent of the world. Affiliated to the Robert Burns World Federation Roll Number 2057 Our Patrons are their Graces the Duke & Duchess of Argyll
Robert    Burns    was    born    on    25th    January 1759   and   died   at   the   age   of   just   37   on   21st July 1796. Poet,       farmer,       excise-man,       nationalist, radical,   humanitarian,   song-writer   and   lover are    just    some    of    the    names    which    can describe him. Born    in    Ayrshire,    he    toured    Scotland    as Caledonia's    Bard,    but    Inveraray    was    the furthest   north   he   was   to   venture   on   the   west coast.
Our Office Bearers President:               Sylvia Stark Vice President:        John Burns Secretary:                Pamela Spalding Schools Convener:   Brian Spalding & Rev Roderick Campbell Treasurer:                Jim McMillan
Upcoming Events
The St Andrews Night will be held on Saturday 26 November 2016 and the Burns Night will be on Saturday 28 January 2017 It   addition   it   was   proposed   and   agreed   to   introduce   meetings   of   a   less   formal   nature   on   a   couple   of occasions   throughout   the   year   which   would   be   designed   to   allow   members   to   become   more   aware   of the   life   and   the   works   of   Burns.         These   meeting   will   be   of   an   interactive   nature   where   members   if   they wish can contribute to the discussion. The   first   of   these   meetings   has   been   re-scheduled   and   will   now   be   on   Wednesday   2nd   November   at 8.00pm in the Manse Inveraray  and the subject will be "The Cottars Saturday Night."   This   work   will   feature   in   the   Burns   Supper   programme   in   January   and   this   is   an   ideal   opportunity   for members   to   make   themselves   more   aware   of   a   work   which   was   once   rated   higher   than Tam   O'Shanter on a list of Burns' most popular Poems. If   you   would   like   a   deeper   depth   of   knowledge   into   his   works,   this   will   be   a   very   worthwhile   evening presented to us by Rev Roderick Campbell. Membership Fees of £5 per person are now due.
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Upcoming Events
© Copyright SKWebpages 2006-2016
Web site designed and donated by SKWebpages
" The social, friendly, honest Man whate’er he be, ’tis he fulfils great nature’s plan and none but he "
Robert   Burns   was   born on    25th    January    1759 and   died   at   the   age   of just     37     on     21st     July 1796. Poet,     farmer,     excise- man,   nationalist,   radical, humanitarian,          song- writer   and   lover   are   just some     of     the     names which can describe him. Born     in     Ayrshire,     he toured       Scotland       as Caledonia's     Bard,     but Inveraray        was        the furthest   north   he   was   to venture     on     the     west coast.
The   club   was   formed   in   Inveraray   on   28th   April   2006 to    celebrate    the    life    and    works    of    Robert    Burns, Scotland's   Poet   and   most   famous   Son   and   to   honour, arguably,   the   greatest   Scotsman   that   ever   lived,   who is   honoured   in   countries   in   every   continent   of   the world. Affiliated to the Robert Burns World Federation Roll Number 2057 Our Patrons are their Graces the Duke & Duchess of Argyll
Our Office Bearers President:               Sylvia Stark Vice President:        John Burns Secretary:                Pamela Spalding Schools Convener:   Brian Spalding & Rev Roderick Campbell Treasurer:                Jim McMillan
The St Andrews Night will be held on Saturday 26 November 2016 and the Burns Night will be on Saturday 28 January 2017 It   addition   it   was   proposed   and   agreed   to   introduce   meetings   of   a   less formal   nature   on   a   couple   of   occasions   throughout   the   year   which would   be   designed   to   allow   members   to   become   more   aware   of   the life   and   the   works   of   Burns.         These   meeting   will   be   of   an   interactive nature where members if they wish can contribute to the discussion. The   first   of   these   meetings   has   been   re-scheduled   and   will   now   be   on Wednesday   2nd   November   at   8.00pm   in   the   Manse   Inveraray    and the subject will be "The Cottars Saturday Night."   This   work   will   feature   in   the   Burns   Supper   programme   in   January   and this   is   an   ideal   opportunity   for   members   to   make   themselves   more aware   of   a   work   which   was   once   rated   higher   than   Tam   O'Shanter   on a list of Burns' most popular Poems. If   you   would   like   a   deeper   depth   of   knowledge   into   his   works,   this   will be    a    very    worthwhile    evening    presented    to    us    by    Rev    Roderick Campbell. Membership Fees of £5 per person are now due.