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President Allen and Vice-President Annie welcome you to 25+pages celebrating the 'Wellwood' Centre and Burns in Irvine
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Open: Apr-Sept: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 2.30-4.30 (Oct-Mar: Sat.)
Admission free (just ring the bell)
'Wellwood', 28 Eglinton St., Irvine, KA12 8AS ::: Virtual visit :::

Music @ Wellwood
Wed 22nd Feb. - The award winning duo of flautist Aimee Taylor and harpist Lucy Nolan - two very talented young musicians
7.30 pm - tickets £10 at the door

New in 2017:

The 1971 Annual Celebration (with President Clement Wilson)
courtesy of the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive

Extra information on our 1834 and 1846 President Capt Gray.

In Irvine, Capt. Richard Brown encouraged Robert Burns to publish his work, and bookseller William Templeton welcomed him in his shop, and, in this chair, in the back shop. Burns found Irvine a 'wonderfully educative place' (Carswell).

John Brown, with his Past President medal, and Bill Cowan, in front of the murals in our upper room, the Clement Wilson Room, where you will also find samples of our 300+ Honorary Letters and display cases of exhibits.

New website items in 2016 included:
The Masterclasses page with experts on Burns' music, song, verse and language :::
'Burns and Irvine' by Rev Henry Ranken ::: William Templeton's bookshop and chair

We were described as "The A-list Burns Club" in the 'Scottish Daily Mail' on Nov. 24th, 2009)

 

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General email: info @ irvineburnsclub.org
Hon. Secy: honsecy @ irvineburnsclub.org

 


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to come:

The 2003 Annual Celebration as seen through the eyes of Chinese Channel Europe, who came north to film our event, and Ian Duncan, butcher, as a result of our presence on the web.