We’re very excited to announce that registration for the MacAulay Gathering in Baddeck, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia August 16-19, 2018 is now open!
If you are planning to attend the entire weekend and participate in the many Gathering events, please click here to register.
If you are planning on only attending some of the events, please click here to register.
Read more about the Gathering in the December 2017 edition of the MacAulay Matters Newsletter. Continue reading
Take off in 2018 with The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo as they celebrate ‘The Sky’s the Limit’, embracing Scotland’s Year of Young People with colourful performers from across the globe.
With Switzerland’s Top Secret Drum Corps, The Central Band of the Czech Armed Forces and the Royal Air Force as they mark their 100th Anniversary, the 2018 Tattoo is sure to fly high.
We are reaching out to Scots, Scottish interest groups and others around the globe to publicise a crowd funding request in support our major new drama with music, ROBERT BURNS: FOR LOVE AND LIBERTY. It brings the inspiring and colourful life story of the young Bard to the theatre with a vibrant, passionate, and enthralling production. We are planning to stage the play c/w new music using Burns’ lyrics in Glasgow at Burns Night next year, with follow-on plans to then take it to Scots around the globe. Continue reading
We hope you will enjoy the refreshed look of clanmacaulay.org.uk. If you have news items or other interesting MacAulay people, facts or places, please send them along.
If you haven’t previously been to our website, we encourage you to take a look around!
Click here to read MacAulay Matters Newsletter – the December 2017 Edition. Enjoy!
We look forward to receiving your stories and photos for the March edition.
By Hector MacAulay, Clan Chief
It was with great sadness I heard that Catriona had passed away on Sunday 26th November 2017 after a very brave fight against cancer.
Catriona will be fondly remembered as a most popular member of our Clan MacAulay Executive Committee which she served with distinction. Continue reading