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Thank you to all those who attended our Zoom information evening last night where we presented to our current members the draft programme and also the requirements needed to register. This information and the relevant forms will be uploaded onto the members resources section of the website in the near future. Simply log in with your own details to check periodically.

We look forward to our travels through Scottish scenery, finding all things Mackenzie in 2025.

The dates are Saturday 2nd August to Saturday August the 9th 2025. So put them in your diary.
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Thank you to all those who attended our Zoom information evening last night where we presented to our current members the draft programme and also the requirements needed to register. This information and the relevant forms will be uploaded onto the members resources section of the website in the near future. Simply log in with your own details to check periodically.

We look forward to our travels through Scottish scenery, finding all things Mackenzie in 2025.

The dates are Saturday 2nd August to Saturday August the 9th 2025. So put them in your diary.

Wee reminder. Tomorrow night (24th Feb) is the information evening for current members of the Clan Mackenzie Society of Scotland & the UK being held on Zoom. You should have received an email if you are a current member with the Zoom link, which is also in the members zone on the website where members can log in and access the link. Many members have already indicated that they will be joining us but it would be good to know if you are intending on attending, simply email Donald at events@clanmackenziesociety.co.uk ASAP. You can also email if you haven’t received the information so that your current membership status can be checked.

See you tomorrow hopefully.
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Wee reminder. Tomorrow night (24th Feb) is the information evening for current members of the Clan Mackenzie Society of Scotland & the UK being held on Zoom. You should have received an email if you are a current member with the Zoom link, which is also in the members zone on the website where members can log in and access the link. Many members have already indicated that they will be joining us but it would be good to know if you are intending on attending, simply email Donald at events@clanmackenziesociety.co.uk ASAP. You can also email if you havent received the information so that your current membership status can be checked. 

See you tomorrow hopefully.

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So sorry I missed the online meeting. However I would still like to register for 2025

Great pic of the Mackenzie cousins!

A drive along the Fife coast and we visited this monument, located at the reputed site, near Kinghorn in Fife, where King Alexander III, fell from his horse on the 18th March 1286 when riding through a storm to meet his wife. Was it an accident or was he waylaid? His connection to the Mackenzies is that he is believed to have granted the lands of Kintail to the Clan. He is buried in Dunfermline Abbey. See MoreSee Less

A drive along the Fife coast and we visited this monument, located at the reputed site, near Kinghorn in Fife, where King Alexander III, fell from his horse on the 18th March 1286 when riding through a storm to meet his wife. Was it an accident or was he waylaid? His connection to the Mackenzies is that he is believed to have granted the lands of Kintail to the Clan. He is buried in Dunfermline Abbey.Image attachmentImage attachment

Great post from the Kirkmichael Trust A really historic moment. See MoreSee Less

Great post from the Kirkmichael Trust A really historic moment.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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Fantastic!

Brilliant.

Thanks for sharing this piece of history

Interesting, good pictures, thanks for posting

Very interesting

Great photos

Wow Very informative ! Great photos ! ๐Ÿ‘โค๏ธโค๏ธ

Interesting.

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UPDATE: CURRENT CMSSUK MEMBERS WILL HAVE RECEIVED AN EMAIL TODAY (20th FEB) ABOUT THIS MEETING. AS THIS EMAIL REQUESTS AN ACTION FROM MEMBERS, IF YOU DON’T APPEAR TO HAVE RECEIVED IT, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM MAIL.

2025 International Gathering Update

An email about a members only Zoom meeting to present a Gathering update has been sent out to current members and the same information is available by going to the Resources page in the members zone of the website and logging on with your own details.

If you have not updated your details on the system, please do so to access this information.
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UPDATE: CURRENT CMSSUK MEMBERS WILL HAVE RECEIVED AN EMAIL TODAY (20th FEB) ABOUT THIS MEETING. AS THIS EMAIL REQUESTS AN ACTION FROM MEMBERS, IF YOU DONT APPEAR TO HAVE RECEIVED IT, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM MAIL.

2025 International Gathering Update

An email about a members only Zoom meeting to present a Gathering update has been sent out to current members and the same information is available by going to the Resources page in the members zone of the website and logging on with your own details.

If you have not updated your details on the system, please do so to access this information.

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Looking forward to hearing what you have in store for us next year!

I plan to be in Scotland in April 2025. Very excited to dig into my Mackenzie roots.

I'll be with you next year. I can't wait. ๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿพ

Looking forward to this next year!

Is the joint membership for couples? I see where it asks for a joint name…would you like both names in that field, or just one? Same for age? My hubby and I are in different age brackets. Thank you much.

Thank you for posting this. We had originally reserved for 2020. I am from Canada, do I need to register with the Canadian MacKenzie society or this site. I would like to rebook for 2025.

We sadly aren’t visiting Scotland until October of 2025, but are looking forward to it. Are there any events planned for the Fall?

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The Earl of Cromartie (Cabarfeidh) was the guest speaker at the return of the Royal Oak Dinner in 2023, presented by the Royal Stuart Society and the 1745 Association, to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles Edward Stuart in 1720.

Thanks to Ross McEwen for permission to use his photographs.
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The Earl of Cromartie (Cabarfeidh) was the guest speaker at the return of the Royal Oak Dinner in 2023, presented by the Royal Stuart Society and the 1745 Association, to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles Edward Stuart in 1720.

Thanks to Ross McEwen for permission to use his photographs.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Love that jacket, vest and trews!

Yes, he's so dapper in his outfit! Wish I could meet him one day!

A happy Australia day to all our cousins, members and friends. Enjoy. See MoreSee Less

A happy Australia day to all our cousins, members and friends. Enjoy.

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Great graphics. ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

I relate to Gov Macquarie.

Thank you – Many Scots have contributed to Australia's rich heritage and helped make Australia a wonderful country. Known as "The Father of Australia" is a Scot, Major General Lachlan Macquarie.

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