We are in the final throws of putting together your 2020 Touch Not magazine. We hope to have it dispatched in March.

You can look forward to members’ stories and articles about events along with lots of photos.

Remember that you too can join in by sending us your articles and photos ready for next year!

This is your Magazine.

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The Clan Chattan Association Gathering was at the beginning of August 2019. The 3 days spread over Thursday – Saturday were spent in the company of visitors from all over the world.

The Annual AGM and Dinner on Thursday evening was well attended and we welcomed Clan representatives from several of the Chattan Confederacy Clans. At the AGM there was 2 special presentations, the first to John and Cheryl Mackfall to celebrate their wedding which was in July. The second was a presentation to Louisa and Stuart Cross for their continued work and support over the past decades, they were made Hon. Vice Presidents.

The hospitality tent at the Moy Field Sports was open to all visitors on the Friday and Saturday and was blessed with fine weather. We had visiting guests from Aigas Field Centre and the Highland Archives.

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Donald and Denise McIntosh attended the Braemar Highland Games on Saturday September 7th. It was a beautiful day with thousands of visitors from all over the world.

Our stand in the Clan Tent was visited by Farquharson of Invercauld who earlier this year celebrated his 100th birthday!

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The Annual Gathering 6th-8th August 2020

Looking forward to welcoming members from all over the world. Look out for more information in the 2020 Touch Not magazine and here on the website.

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Capt. and Lady Farquharson of Invercauld

The Clan Chattan Association were represented in the Clan Tent at the Braemar Games at the beginning of September 2018. We had a visit from Captain and Lady Farquharson of Invercauld.

The Queen opening the new visitor centre at Braemar
The Queen opening the new visitor centre at Braemar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We also had a visit from Her Royal Highness, The Queen, who opened the new visitors centre.

 

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