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THIS year we again celebrated St Andrew’s Day at Fingle Glen Golf Hotel, Tedburn St Mary. Our guest of honour was The Right Worshipful The Lord Mayor of Exeter - Councillor Rob Hannaford.

Our President Mr Rab Cross proposed the toast to the City of Exeter. and the toast to Scotland was proposed by our Vice President, Mrs Lesley Lyster.  Our piper Charlie Nicholls led the Grand March and dancing followed to the music of ‘Petronella’ under the direction of Liz Hogg.

Click here for a selection of photographs of the evening courtesy of Bob Sterry.





AT the last AGM, it was agreed to increase with annual subscription for existing members from £9 to £10 per person with effect from the next  due date of 25 March 2019.

If you already pay your subscription by banker’s standing order, please contact your bank to increase the annual amount accordingly. The Society cannot do this for you.




AS members are probably aware the General Data Protection Regulation came into force on the 25 May. The Society is now required to seek consent from each individual member to store and use personal data.  Without this consent the Society will not legally be able to contact you.  If you are a member and you have not already been asked to complete a consent form, please click here and fill in all the details. One form per member and return to Rab Cross..




THE Society will be holding our Burns Night celebrations on  Friday 25 January 2019.  There will be all the normal traditions associated with celebrating the life and work of our National Bard, in an informal setting at the Coaver Club, Matford Lane, Exeter.

For more information please contact Rab Cross (01392 431007) Tickets will cost £25.  Click here for menu details and an ‘on line’ application form.

WARNING:  A haggis will be sacrificed during the evening.