Whether you’re curious about the history of MacAulays from Ardencaple, County Antrim, the Hebrides or Ullapool and Loch Broom, you’ll find it on the Clan MacAulay History page.
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Special thanks to Mike Macauley, Commissioner for North Missouri, for forwarding the January 14, 2021 National Geographic article How tweed became a symbol of Scottish culture. Very appropriate since we’ll be visiting the home of Harris tweed next year when we visit the Hebrides and attend the Clan MacAulay International Gathering in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis!
Great chieftain o’ the pudding-race!
Happy Robbie Burns Day from Clan MacAulay!
Known in medieval Celtic culture as a story teller, verse maker and composer, the word ‘Bard’ has become synonymous with the world’s greatest poets. However, few are as celebrated as Scotland’s own ‘National Bard’, Robert Burns, who we pay tribute to on 25 January each year. Continue reading
Hogmanay traditions will be significantly different this year for those celebrating in Scotland and around the world But as we celebrate separately, but together in spirit, it gives us the opportunity to reflect on the year that was and the year that will be. To everyone around the world, from Clan MacAulay, we wish you all the best for 2021. Happy Hogmanay! Hogmanay Sona!
Thanks, as always, to John MacAulay Court, for sharing the link to the beautiful and creative use of drones in Scotland to entertain, and give some peace! Note that if you let it run after Part One, Part 2 will play as well. Part 3 will be available tonight. Click here to view!
And if you aren’t familiar with Hogmanay, visit Historic Scotland to learn more