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THE Society has been given special permission to hold this year’s Burns’ Supper at the Guildhall in Exeter. The event will take place on Friday 26 January.  Scots and non Scots alike, are invited to come and join us to celebrate the life and work of our national bard in food, song and verse.  The evening will include the ‘Address to the Haggis’, speeches (“The Immortal Memory”) and the toast to the lasses.
A cèilidh will follow and there will be some individual contributions during the evening.  The tickets cost £25 each.  The evening will start at 7.30pm, guests are asked to arrive no later than 7pm.
For booking information, please call Pat Dowie  (01395 489584).
Click here for menu details and an ‘on line’ application form.

WARNING:  A haggis will be sacrificed during the evening.




THIS year we again celebrated St Andrew’s Day at Fingle Glen Golf Hotel, Tedburn St Mary.  Our guest of honour was The Lord Mayor of Exeter - Councillor Lesley Robson.  Mrs Sheila Muir proposed the toast to the City of Exeter, to which the Lord Mayor replied.  The guest speaker and Honorary Secretary Mr Cody Lyster proposed the toast to Scotland.  Piper Charlie Nicholls led the Grand March and dancing followed to the music of ‘Petronella’ under the direction of Mary Marker.

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I would like to express my thanks to all those members who support the monthly socials at St Katherine’s Priory and in particularly the Christmas Social on Sunday.  Despite the fact that there were six or seven regulars missing -  holidays etc, there were 27 attendees.
In addition there were the five non Society members of
JAMAS band.  Compare that with the numbers previously attending on Friday evenings over the last two years at Southernhay Church Hall, this can truly be counted as a success.

It maybe not for me to comment !   but,  I think JAMAS put on a really good show.
The solo items in particular.  Marion on the Hammer Dulcimer accompanied by Sandra on the keyboard,  Julie on the flute, accompanied by Mike on the Accordion and Sandra on her accordion.  She also contributed with a humorous poem.  We even managed to get in a couple of dances, called and instructed by Julie, our flautist.  Well done the dancers !!

More information to follow concerning our next Social in January 2018.