Appointments

 

 

Clan MacKay Society Germany e.V.

 

 

 

Chief of Clan Mackay

 

Aeneas Simon Mackay

15th Lord Reay

 


Lord and Lady Reay



 

The Office address from the Clan MacKay Society Germany:


48727 Billerbeck, Dörholt 777

Phone. +49  2543 9 31 81 41

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We mourn the loss of our Clanchief, Hugh William MacKay, 14th Lord Reay, 27th Chief of Clan MacKay Scotland,

who died on May 10th 2013.

Funeral of our deceased clan chief in the Bruder Klaus Chapel in the Baumbergen on 25  May 2013 2 PM

We will keep him in memory.

 

Ian Mackay, Secretary of Clan MacKay Scotland

It is with sadness that we report that Ian Mackay, our former membership secretary, died on Friday 26th July 2013.

We will keep him in memory.

Clan Annual Dinner and welcome to Aeneas, 15th Lord Reay, Chief of the Clan Mackay, and Lady Reay

Venue: Douglas Room, Royal Scots Club, 30 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE

Date: Friday, 20th September, 2013


 

Remembrance Day - 11. November

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ektQbe-dOU


In the United Kingdom, although two minutes of silence are observed on 11 November itself, the main observance is on the second Sunday of November, Remembrance Sunday.
Ceremonies are held at local war memorials, usually organized by local branches of the Royal British Legion, an association for ex-servicemen.
Typically, poppy wreaths are laid by representatives of the Crown, the armed forces, and local civic leaders,
as well as by local organizations including ex-servicemen organizations, cadet forces, the Scouts, Guides, Boys' Brigade,
St John Ambulance and the Salvation Army. The start and end of the silence is often also marked by the firing of an artillery piece.
A minute's or two minutes' silence is also frequently incorporated into church services. Further wreath-laying ceremonies are observed at most
war memorials across the UK at 11 a.m. on the 11th of November, led by the Royal British Legion.
The beginning and end of the two minutes' silence is often marked in large towns and cities by the firing of ceremonial cannon
and many employers and businesses invite their staff and customers to observe the two minutes' silence at 11:00 a.m.


 

Wir sind über die Feiertage in Ford am Loch Ederline bei Kilmartin in Scotland.

Wir sind über die Feiertage in Ford am Loch Ederline bei Kilmartin in Scotland.