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Welcome from the President
Welcome to the Clan Donald Society of Scotland to all those who are Donalds by descent or by marriage, wherever you are. A shared interest in heritage and history can be greatly beneficial to people and the sense of belonging to an extended family is important.
In 2010 the Clan Donald Society of the Highland and Islands was brought in to being, but, now that it is the only Clan Donald Society of Scotland, it has been decided to change the name to be more inclusive.
Before the pandemic the Society had an annual programme of events, including a lecture, a ceilidh and commemorative events, as well as an annual outing to places of relevance to Clan Donald. We hope to reintroduce as much as possible when conditions permit, but the twice-yearly newsletter, A’ Bhirlinn, continues to be sent to members in hard copy, so we still seek to communicate with members, to inform and to entertain, regardless of other obstacles.
Lois MacDonell of Glengarry
To create a focus for people who belong to Scotland’s largest clan, which includes the MacDonalds of Sleat and of Clanranald; the MacDonells/MacDonalds of Glengarry and of Keppoch; the MacIains/MacDonalds of Glencoe; the MacIains of Ardnamurchan and the MacDonnells of Antrim.
Enquiries about any of the events below should be directed to the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
For a full list of Clan Donald names click here.