We’re excited to have you join your fellow MacAulays 11-13 August 2022. Our International Gathering will be held in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. The MacAulays have a large presence in the Western Isles and the Caladh Inn in Stornoway will be the MacAulays home base for three days as we gather our people together and explore historical points of interest on Lewis. We look forward to seeing everyone there. Watch this video to experience the beauty of Lewis and Harris.
Clan MacAulay is excited to announce that we have added a new membership option: the Family Life Membership! Visit our website to learn the advantages of becoming a member of Clan MacAulay or to upgrade to a Family Life Membership. https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/membership-in-clan-macaulay/
- Family Life Membership [1 adult, 1 spouse/partner, children under 18] £350 (Each adult receives the Clan MacAulay Life Member pin)
- Life Membership [1 adult] £200 (The member receives the Clan MacAulay Life Member pin)
- Annual Family [1 adult, 1 spouse/partner, children under 18] £20
- Annual [1 adult] £10
- Student [1 student age 16-18] £5
Australian readers and their MacAulay friends (and even non-MacAulay friends) are invited to visit the Clan MacAulay tent at the Australian Celtic Festival to be held at the Australian Standing Stones at Glen Innes in NSW on 1-2 May 2021.
Geoff Derrick, Ambassador, Australia, Clan MacAulay
From MacAulays (of all spelllings) to tartan lovers around the world, Happy Tartan Day!
We were so delighted to be able to assist NOSAS by donating to preserve such an important Pictish stone monument. Here is the Conan Stone video which tells the story of the stone’s discovery in 2019, its recovery and conservation, and its installation at Dingwall Museum. https://fb.watch/4njS2Chw9o/
Know of other authors? Let us know and we’ll add them!
Not yet a member? Come join us! Click here https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/membership-in-clan-macaulay/ for more information.
Good friend to Clan MacAulay, screenwriter and writer/journalist Sean Macaulay, has authored a piece on Sean Connery for the February edition of British GQ. Brilliant article! A definite must read for fans of Sean Connery (or those who are interested in learning more about this complex man).
Sean also kindly shared some additional Sean Connery’s kilt preferences … While Connery was an Irish name, his mother, Effie, was a MacLean, and he often wore a Hunting MacLean of Duart kilt, as when he was knighted, as well as other non-clan tartans, such as Flower of Scotland and Scotland the Brave. His family is even planning to unveil a newly designed tartan in his honor at this year’s Dressed to Kilt fundraiser created by Connery’s charity Friends of Scotland.
Also for Dr. No movie … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8DioBk6R6c