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NEWS IN BRIEF
St Andrew's Day - Kirkin' o' the Tartan services - Sydney, Canberra, Central Coast NSW (Toukley)
Celebrate St Andrew's Day at the following Kirkin' o' the Tartan services:

*   9:30am - St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, State Circle, Forrest, ACT

*   9:30am - St David's Presbyterian Church, Victoria Ave, Toukley

* 10:00am - St Stephen's Uniting Church, Macquarie St, Sydney.

Clan Banner bearers, please arrive in plenty of time to marshal.

Saint Andrew's Day is the feast day of Saint Andrew, the Patron Saint of Scotland. Saint Andrew's Day marks the beginning of the traditional Advent devotion of the Saint Andrew Christmas Novena. It is celebrated on 30 November. In many places, a Kirkin' o' the Tartan church service is held on the nearest Sunday. The celebration of Saint Andrew as an international festival is thought to originate from the reign of Malcolm III (1034–1093).

Contact: Susan Cooke, info {at} scottishaustralianheritagecouncil.com.au
www.scottishaustralianheritagecouncil.com.au

[15 November 2017]

Have you seen our Frequently Asked Questions?

We have posted some information for you at the FAQ tab about:
* Australia Tartan
* Scottish Australian flag
* Who can call themselves a 'Laird', 'Lord' or 'Lady'? (about souvenir plots of land schemes)
* Can I fly the Royal Arms of Scotland (the “Lion Rampant”)?
* Who wears what feathers?
* Legend of the Saltire
* Wearing a tartan sash
* Flowers of the Forest
* What are the jurisdictions of the heraldic authorities?
* The galley in Scottish heraldry
* "Edwin Clement Hosking (1896-1966) - singer, teacher, folklorist" by John Coombs (revised)

[19 May 2016]


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