24 August 2017

The next Elliot Clan gathering at Redheugh in Scotland - put this in your diaries and start planning to be there!

2013 Elliot Clan Gathering - Program & Application Form

The 2013 Elliot Clan Gathering will be held on 30 August to 1 September at Redheugh and Newcastleton.

The program and ticket application form are now available. Click here to download the PDF file.

The program includes:

  • 30 August - Clan Room and House open, with lunch and gathering at Redheugh, followed by a Ceilidh at the Newcastleton Village Hall.
  • 31 August - History of Newscastleton walk in the morning, with the Holm Show in the afternoon. 
  • 1 September - Coach trip to Flodden Field.

Atten­dees:

  • There have been about 250 peo­ple at past gatherings.
  • Chil­dren of any age are welcome.
  • Pho­tographs are per­mit­ted at Her­mitage Cas­tle and also in the Clan room.

If you have any questions about the Gathering, please use the Contact Us page on this website to send them to us. You will also find information on the UK Elliot Clan Society website.

(Click here for more information about the Battle of Flodden). The tour will take place 8 days before the 500th anniversary of the battle, which was fought on 9 September 1513. In 1756, Jean Elliot framed the tune and words for Flowers of the Forest as a lament for the deaths of James IV, many of his nobles, and over 10,000 men - the "Flowers of the Forest" in the title - at the Battle of Flodden in northern England in 1513.

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Boldly and Rightly

Clan Chief

Clan Chief Margaret Eliott
Chief Margaret Eliott
Margaret of Redheugh
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Book for Sale

The society has copies of the book "Clan", by David P. Elliot for sale for $18. If you would like to order it, please send us an email.

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The story draws heavily on the Clan system in Scotland in a very turbulent period in The Borders. It includes both contemporary and historical information which will interest those who enjoy supernatural or historical or thriller genres.

David Elliot is 57, frustrated, out of work and has three failed marriages behind him. In 2007 he goes to the Borders of Scotland hoping that his ancestry will help him find some validation of his life. Accompanied by his daughter, son-in-law and his grandson Thomas, he finds that his bloodline leads his family into terrifying danger. 700 years of history threaten those he holds dearest, as myth and reality of “The Bloodiest Valley in Britain” combine.

The corruption of the rich and powerful meets legend as Good and Evil clash over the ancient Throne of Scotland and power in the modern world. William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, Border Reivers, creatures of supernatural horror and past heroes of the Elliot Clan are all involved, as the evil Lord William de Soulis actions his plan to assume power over an unsuspecting world.

All that stands against him is a family fighting desperately to protect a child. Their only weapon is their love of family… the power of their Clan.

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