By Julie Thompson
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For those of you interested in Scottish History, I am also Chairman of the Scottish Local History Forum - publishing 3 Journals a year and organising conferences in Scotland on various history themes. Do visit our website www.slhf.org for more information. New members welcome
Congratulations for an excellent website - with lots of activity
John Irvine - President, Western Club, Dundee, (141st Burns Supper 2012)
also Past President - The Burns Club of London (Twice)
Member of Literature Committee - The Burns World Wide Federation
PAST Secretary - TRBDMT - resigned Jan 2012
I am very interested in becoming a member, how does one become a member?
As Tartan Day Co-Ordinator for the State of New Mexico, USA, I am proud to announce that we have been honoring Robert Burns for years...What more can be said but, "FREEDOM!!!"
It's about time the Scottish Government waken up and honour Rab by making the 25th January a public holiday.
Wishing you all a most wonderful Burn's day from Australia..
time to kick up our heals and celebrate the life and times of Scotland's greatest Bard RABBIE BURNS
just spoke briefly with rose a few times but made me think wha is this all about r t burns i kkknow of him through a feww poems but slightly to say the best i am on this trek to learn more about my ancestors and relatives who lived scotland and loved scotland so any thing i can read about the people the everyd ay people the heroes etc maybe you guys could help me by pointing in the right connection maybe join your clubwhat say ye TED
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GREAT SITE!! I REALY ENJOY IT TAKE CARE CARLO MARTINI
Well done, Blessing to you all for great efforts. Best Regards, Deborah of Mishnish McKinnons
Got an invite on facebook to join this web site..Lucky Me..had a look, and what a pleasing surprise to see a web site that is totally..BURNS.
Fantstic. And Well Done.
Thank you to all who have joined us!!!!
Looking forward to attending three Burns suppers this month.
Thank you eveyone for your kind comments, they are most appreciated and so lovely to see you all here with Alexandria and myself.:)
As Down The Burn * Burns original
As down the burn they took their way,
And thro' the flowery dale;
His cheek to hers he aft did lay,
And love was ay the tale,
With: - ' Mary, when shall we return,
Sic pleasure to renew?'
Quoth Mary: - ' Love, I like the burn,
And ay shall follow you.'
As Down The Stream ( standard english translation)
As Down The Stream
As down the stream they took their way,
And through the flowery dale;
His cheek to hers he often did lay,
And love was always the tale,
With: - ' Mary, when shall we return,
Such pleasure to renew?'
Said Mary: - ' Love, I like the stream,
And always shall follow you.'
Happy New Year !
Bliadhna Mhath Ùr!
Sabine A. Rusted * The Creative Minds * Bavaria
Happy New Year to all! I have just started going through the site and have to say an wonderful job has been done. I'm happy to be back amongst you.
A very happy Oge maidne!! Outstanding!!~beautiful, beautiful site ~ love it!! The timing couldn't have been better as the festivities wind down in Scotland, it is wonderful and exciting to see this new Robert Burns site taking off! Congratulations and best wishes always! Again ~ Outstanding!
Jean, Elaine and I at Dalkeith's Burns Monument - for it's repositioining and restoration would like to thank all at RT Burns Club (and especially Rose) for the fantastic support we have had with our facebook campaign. Our campaign is really gathering pace and in our short history we are discovering so much about Dalkeith's history, about Burns himself and, most rewardingly, linking hands with warm-hearted and generious others over things Burns. None more so than our new friends at RT Burns Club. Many thanks and please feel free to join us on our journey. We will get our monument moved together. The more the merrier! https://www.facebook.com/PoeticJusticeForBurnsInDalkeith?fref=ts ;