Clan Scott Scotland are presently in talks with the Scottish Border Council to obtain planning permission to erect a cairn at the traditional meeting place at Bellendean near Hawick in the Scottish borders, They have obtained the backing of Scottish Water, the owners of the land, having purchased it in the '60's when the reservoir was extended, They are waiting for the council to return from the festive break, this is being done on behalf of ALL the Clan Scott Groups as its for the good of the Clan


Another project  being looked into is a Border Clan Centre at Branxhole Castle, 3miles south of Hawick, this project is in the very early stages,

Check back for more updates on all the Scottish projects as we get them

You can check the Scottish website at, enjoy the visit


The car stickers were kindly donated by our member Ross Scott

and are – $5.00 each.




Heart shaped cushion is - $5.00 each –

made with genuine Scott Tartan and are decorative

or can be used to store pins or brooches


Round shaped cushion is – $7.00 each -                                                                  “


Scottie Dog bag is $5.00 – to hang with your kilt

and contains cloves, lavender and rosemary to ward off moths


Small Gift Cards are $1.00 – blank inside to be used for

any occasion


Large Gift Cards are $4.00 -                           “                                       - Large cards are made with genuine Scott Tartan




I also have sheets of Scott Modern Green gift wrapping paper – size 70 x 49 cm and made of a high quality paper – $2.00 each – not suitable to post but can be picked up at the Gatherings.




Memberships are available from Jean, contact details below


The fee is - $10.00 per member – children 13 – 18 years of age – $5.00 and payable to:


The Secretary – Mrs Jean Scott Deaner


Clan Scott Australia Group


P.O. Box 320


McLean – NSW – 2463




Very best wishes to you – Heather de Sylva – Commissioner

Clan Scott News

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 The pipers in the photos are Bradley and Edward Scott and we were at Glen Innes Celtic Festival on the 6.5.17 which is one of the biggest in NSW.  This is the only gathering the two boys go to but compete at the McLean gathering and do very well.  With me is my grandson Dylan and he and his cousin – my son David’s son, Jayden are learning how to play the Tenor Drum with the Maitland City Pipe Band here at home.  Clan Scott is the only Clan to have their own pipers marching in front of them and we are very proud of that.