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QUIZ UPDATE

Great news. Our first Zoom event is a quiz scheduled for Saturday 13th March 2021 at 7pm GMT. There are some places still available following the end of the priority period for Society members and is now open to others who are interested. To obtain the meeting link, email Donald at events@clanmackenziesociety.co.uk Come and join […]

Society Zoom Quiz

Great news. Our first Zoom event is a quiz scheduled for Saturday 13th March 2021 at 7pm GMT. There are only 100 places available and priority registration is available for CMSSUK members until Saturday 6th of March at 7pm GMT.In order to book your place and to receive the meeting link, email Donald at events@clanmackenziesociety.co.uk […]

Message from Cabarfeidh

It is really sad that we have had to cancel the Gathering but the priority of keeping disease away not just from the participants but also from the locals is paramount. My family and I feel disappointed as I know you will be too but all our lives, work and plans are currently upside down […]

2020 International Gathering

It is with a heavy heart and great disappointment that, following the CMSSUK committee meeting last night, I am writing to inform you that, like many, we have been navigating these unprecedented times, trying to do the best for our Society and our members. In light of the latest Government guidance, we have made the […]

A Message from our President

Given the recent changes in advice from the UK government I would like to wish all our members safe changes to the way things have to be done. I, too, have had to change the way I do things as, although not 70, I do fall into the ‘at risk’ category because of an underlying […]

AHCS Lecture – 17th April

The Associated Highland Clan Society (AHCS) has informed us of a lecture taking place on 17th April that is open to members and followers of Clan Mackenzie Society should be in the Inverness area on that day and wish to attend. Details of the event are below: Dr Arran Johnston will be speaking at the […]

Fairburn Tower

We would like to bring to the attention of our members and visitors the plight of Fairburn Tower, a Tower House built in 1545 with a Mackenzie connection. The tower has fallen in to significant disrepair and a project by Landmark Trust hopes to restore it. They have reached 99% of their project total and […]