Burns Federation No 458
The Stonehaven (Fatherland) Burns Club is unique in that we are the only club in the world to have the privilege of having the word Fatherland in our title. We are very proud of this distinction.
“A rich and cultivated but still unenclosed country” is how Robert Burns described the Mearns of Kincardineshire, the land of his forefathers, when he visited the area in 1787.
Welcome to the Website of the Stonehaven (Fatherland) Burns Club.
Garvock Tap - near Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire.
where William and Robert Burnes, the poet’s father and uncle, parted company as young men in 1748 to seek better fortunes in the South. They never saw each other again
Doug Samways was re-elected as Club President at the 2019 AGM in May
The Club manned a stall at the 2019 Feein’ Market in June
For more pictures of the day click here
Burns Supper 2020
The Annual Burns Supper will be held in The Station Hotel, Stonehaven on Wednesday 22nd January 2020
For more details click here.
Jim McAllan hopes to be ‘haudin’ the haggis for the 44th time in 2020
This was the 43rd time last year
|Touched By Robert Burns|
|Jimmy and Alfie|
|Feein Market 2015|
|Sites Of Burn's Ancestors|
|Burns Info Board|
|Jimmy and Alfie Life Membership|
|Cousin Of The Bard|
|Americand and Australians|
|Rededication of Tombstones|
|Bard Of The Mearns|
|World Federation Chairman's Visit|
|John Cairney Dedicates Plaque to Laurence Burness|
|Burns Museum Certificate|
|Chain Of Office|
|Burns Mini Supper at Tolbooth 2015|
|Feein' Market 2015|
|Mini Burns Supper 2017|
|Feein' Market 2017|
|Feein' Market 2019|
|Mearns Connections 2|
|Mini Supper 2018|
|2001 Page 2|
|Supper 16 Page 2|
|Supper 17 Page 2|