Author Archives: Iain Campbell

Burns Night Tickets

Our much anticipated Burns Night for next year will take place on Thursday 27 January 2022 6.30pm for 7.00pm…..It is a Black Tie Event and will include a Haggis Meal, Piping, Songs, the Traditional Immortal Memory Speech, the Toast to the Lassies and a Reply and Scottish Country dancing. Come and experience a traditional Burns Night. (Click “Burns Night” above for more details.

Tickets £22 in advance only from Robin Searle. T: 01425477813

Spooky Halloween!

31 October 2021 — Members of the Society enjoyed a memorable Halloween Night at The Scottish Hall on Thursday 28 October. A BIG Thank You to Jacqui Crawford-Webb for organising the Fun and Games.

Hogmanay Tickets Now Available

27 October 2021 — The Society celebrates Hogmanay (New Year’s Eve) at The Scottish Hall with a PARTY! (Click Contact Page for full address) Come and join in our celebrations on Friday 31 December 2021 as we welcome the New Year in with Food, Fun, Games, Music, Singing and Dancing!… Tickets are £19 and need to booked in advance from Robin Searle — T: 01425 477813 …… …… We start at 7.45 and finish about 1am… Come and Rock with the Scots!

Halloween FUN!

23 October 2021 — Come and join in the Fun and Games at our Halloween Party. It’s on Thursday 28 October in The Scottish Hall (full address on our Contact Page). Get ready to play some ridiculous Games and Have FUN! £4.50.

Dance Yourself Fit!

20 October 2021 — Scottish Country Dance Classes are well underway at The Scottish Hall. Most Monday evenings at 7.30pm a Dance Class is held at The Scottish Hall, Shelbourne Road, Charminster, Bournemouth BH8 8QZ. — It’s a great way to keep fit and learn a few steps at the same time. Partners are not necessary so why not give it a try. Everybody is very friendly and we have two experienced leaders. Its £4.50 per session… But your first Taster is FREE!!!… No need to book… Just come along. (Click on the Events page for dates)

Gathering of the Clans

In September 2021 the Society met at the Scottish Hall for the annual Gathering of the Clans. Sixteen Clans were represented that evening and four pipers added to the enjoyment of the celebration. The haunting tune “The Flowers of the Forest” was played by Ian Cowie, one of the Society’s pipers. It was in memory of the Battle of Flodden fought on 9 September 1513. We also celebrated Members John and Pam Steed’s 70th Wedding Anniversary and were joined by their family and friends.