Some of our core activities

Dance classes take place on Wednesday evenings, 8.15 pm at St Alban's Church Hall, Norwood Drive, North Harrow. 
Experienced dancers and beginners are equally welcome.


Burns Night is celebrated on a Saturday close to 25th January.  In 2017 we were pleased to welcome Jane Brown, former president of the Robert Burns World Federation, as our guest orator.  In previous years our orators have been Clark McGinn, James Fields, James Fairbairn, Bill Henry, and in 2011 Janet McNulty (great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Burns) proposed the principal toast to the immortal memory of Robert Burns.  


St Andrew's-tide is celebrated with a Ceilidh with entertainment provided by a number of our members plus a chance for all to join in the dancing and singing.


Other activities include social evenings, rambles, book club, gardening group and outings to places of interest

Please explore the website for further information on all the above or email mail@harrowscottish.org.uk for more information.

We look forward to welcoming you to some of our activities.
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Harrow  &  District  Caledonian  Society

offering Scottish activities and friendship in this part of Middlesex/NW London for 89 years
Latest news

November newsletter published with news of St Andrews-tide activities and looking forward to 2018

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From June 2017 our email address is: mail@harrowscottish.org.uk
Harrow & District Caledonian Society has been offering Scottish activities in this part of Middlesex/NW London for 89 years.

We currently have almost 200 members covering a wide age range. 

Our activities take place at various locations in and around Harrow