Please find the December issue of this publication attached, with page 31 being of interest to our clan and family. This publication is celebrating over 40 years linking directly to Scotland’s diaspora through sales in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States of America.
The piece may not be centre stage, but it seems that the word regarding the legitimacy of Carruthers, it’s Chief and it’s Society is definitely getting out there.
A link to the December issue can be found here and is an interesting read:
The Scottish Banner is the Scottish community’s largest international newspaper for ex-pat Scots or those with an interest in Scottish culture and tradition.
Available nationally across Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the USA and by world-wide subscription service, the Scottish Banner offers its readers stories on Scottish current affairs, regular feature columnists, history & heritage, genealogy, Scottish club & society news, event listings, piping features, recipes, and much more.
With writers and contributors based all over the world the Scottish Banner gives its readers a true insight into the global Scottish perspective.
The Scottish Banner is celebrating over 40 years of publication and has firmly established itself as the link to Scotland for many of its loyal readers. From Sydney to New York or Auckland to Toronto the Scottish Banner reaches the ex-pat Scottish community like no one else.
Each month the Scottish Banner accesses a large number of individuals, pipe band members, society and clan members, history and genealogy groups and more; all with a direct interest in Scottish products and information. The Scottish Banner is available by digital subscription, at newsagents and retailers, at Scottish events and various other outlets depending on your location.
The Clan Carruthers Society International (CCSI) was founded in January 2017 and is officially recognised by the Chief of Carruthers as representing the worldwide Carruthers family. It is non-commercial, apolitical and non-partisan and is open to any member of the international Carruthers family and derivatives of that name. The Society is based in the United Kingdom, but is represented by an international Executive Council.