Gathering 2019

Clan Munro Canada members on the main staircase of the Royal Highland Hotel, Inverness, following our AGM.

Eilean Donan Castle – the Mackenzie Seaforth’s coastal stronghold which became the Jacobites’ headquarters.

Eilean Donan Castle from Dornie

Presentation in Dornie Hall about the battle of Glen Shiel, the last time the Munros fought as a Clan

Chief, Hector Munro of Foulis, laying a wreath at the Glen Shiel Battlefield memorial

Finnian Munro, Younger, Of Foulis, carrying the Chief's banner up to the redoubt.

Brigadier Hugh Monro and Chief Hector Munro. Note the flags at the top of the hill in the background.

Chief's banner and Union flag up at the redoubt. Chief's banner carried by Finnian Munro of Foulis, Union flag carried by Willie Fraser (NTS Ranger)

Explanation of the Battle of Glen Shiel

“In memory of all those who died here 10.6.1719
Clan Munro (Association) & Munro of Foulis Family”

Piper welcoming the Clan Munro to the Inverness Town House

Welcome sign at the entrance to the Inverness Town House.

Civic Reception in refurbished Inverness Town House

Munro window just under Saltire flag in centre of photo of Clan members at the Reception

Welcome Greetings from Deputy Provost Bet MacAllister

Dancers who performed following dinner at the historic Victorian Strathpeffer Pavilion.

Strathpeffer & District Pipe Band performing at the historic Victorian Strathpeffer Pavilion

The Eagle Stone, once said to mark the grave of Munros killed in a 15th Century Clan fight and part of the Brahan Seer’s prophecies

'Tales of the Fallen' explanation at the Eagle Stone.

Welcome Greetings at Dinner from Chief Hector Munro of Foulis and the Earl of Cromartie, John Cromartie, Chief of Clan Mackenzie.

Ardross Pipe Band at Foulis Castle

Welcome to Foulis by Chief Hector and the Family

Looking out from the doorway of Foulis across to the Cromarty Firth.

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