Nantwich and District Scottish Society’s 60th anniversary

Peter Marshall, Don Johnson, Stuart Ross and Rev.Andrew Taylor, The Society Chaplain

Peter Marshall, Don Johnson, Stuart Ross and Rev.Andrew Taylor, The Society Chaplain - Credit: Pics; John Cocks

A 60th anniversary booklet had been compiled by a sub-group of the committee (History Group) and each member was given a copy as a souvenir

The kilts were out in force to celebrate the Nantwich and District Scottish Society’s 60th anniversary at a dinner at Crewe Golf Club.

The society was formed in September 1958 by a group of Scots living in Nantwich and the surrounding areas, and has continued to flourish over the years.

The aim of the Society is to provide a Scottish gathering where members can meet and enjoy the songs, dances and traditions of Scotland. Forty-nine members of the society attended the dinner and enjoyed an evening of food, dancing and Caledonian celebration.

A 60th anniversary booklet had been compiled by a sub-group of the committee (History Group) and each member was given a copy as a souvenir. The booklet traces the history of the society over the past 60 years.