Red tape

Membership application form: ( All are welcome to join. A Scottish heritage is not necessary)

2019 July 25 Membership form 1105

2019 July 25 Membership form 1105 copy

Office bearers:
President: Royden Somerville

Vice-Presidents: Ann Barsby, Daphne Macleod

Patron: Jack McLeod

Secretary-Treasurer: Bruce Spittle E-mail: spittle727@gmail.com

Reviewer: Wayne Allen

Official Piper: Raymond Goodfellow

Committee: Frances Brodie, Michael Moroney, Liam McIlvanney.

AGM  minutes:

.2019 AGM Draft Minutes July 25 0835

2018 AGM Minutes July 12 17052019 July 26 Rule change 9631

Minutes of AGM 8th September 2017

Annual reports and newsletters with a review of the year’s activity:

2019 AGM Draft Minutes including the Presidents review of the year’s activities 

2018 Newsletter May 2 1618 with a review of the Club’s activities in 2018

Annual report Dunedin Burns Club 2017

Annual report Dunedin Burns Club 2016

Annual report Dunedin Burns Club 2015

Annual report Dunedin Burns Club 2014

Annual Report Dunedin Burns Club 2013

Annual Report Dunedin Burns Club 2012

Dunedin Burns Club rules:

Rule-changes-DBC005

Dunedin Burns Club Rules Change 17 March 2013

Dunedin Burns Club Rules Change 26 July 2019 

2019 July 26 Rule change 9631 med

Dunedin Burns Club Financial Statements:

Financial Statements 2019

Financial statements 2018

Financial Statements 2017

Financial statements, audited for 2015 and 2016, and final financial statement for the Scottish Festival 2014

Final financial statement for the Scottish Festival 2014

Financial Statements 2015

Financial Statements 2014

Financial Statements 2013

Financial Statements 2012
Financial Statements 2011
Financial Statements 2010
Financial Statements 2009
Financial Statements 2008
Financial Statements 2007
Financial Statements 20

4 thoughts on “Red tape

  1. Greetings, Dunedin Burns Club!

    I’m trying to plan a once-in-a-lifetime holiday in NZ.

    I’m probably going to book one of those All-NZ Tours, which will include a couple of days in Dunedin.

    As someone who can trace connections to Rabbie, I’m obviously interested in Dunedin’s connections to our Scottish-Bard.

    Although my time in Dunedin will be very short, is there anything that you would recommend as a “Must-Visit” Location/Event?

    Many thanks,
    John
    (NB:- I can trace my Ancestry back to James Burnes (b c1656, d 1743 & buried in Glenbervie, Kincardineshire), Rabbie’s Great-Grandfather)

    • There are a number of sites of interest. Some are noted in the report on the 2014 Scottish Festival on the Red Tape page.
      Bruce

  2. Sorry, I don’t mean to disturb you, but I have a question regarding membership. Must one prove one’s Scots heritage to be eligible for membership? I have Scottish blood through my mother’s family. Their name is Whiterod, and I am given to understand I still have distant family living in Scotland.
    However, our branch of the family came to New Zealand many years ago, around 1870. I have been unable to find the names of those family members, though I am working on it.
    So, does one need to prove Scottish blood?
    Thank-you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.

    • Dear Kathryn
      Thank you for your enquiry. It is not necessary to have any Scots heritage to join the Dunedin Burns Club. You will be most welcome as a member.
      Kind regards
      Bruce

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