Whether you’re curious about the MacAulay badge, shield, motto, war cry, tartans or prayer, you’ll find it on the Clan MacAulay Heritage page of the website (https://clanmacaulay.org.uk/sidebar-page-2/).
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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