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Our Support Desk
- items in our drop-down box below:
We do not have a comment box on Paypal (technical reasons,
which we hope to resolve), so if you need to give us any special instructions,
please send a supplementary email to email@example.com
All the above can also be ordered by post - send your cheque to the Honorary Secretary, 'Wellwood', 28 Eglinton Street, Irvine, KA12 8AS
Members receive details of the Annual Celebration by the end of December - if not, email us at the beginning of January. The Dinner date is the Friday nearest to the anniversary of the Bard's birthday.
Prize Draw details: 50% of your £13
payment helps us with regular income and the other 50% is paid out in monthly
prizes of £25 and annual prizes of £400 and £200, drawn
at the Annual Celebration.
To enrol by post, call up our application form here
Books available from Irvine Burns Club & Museum include:
ed. J A Mackay, "Complete Works of Robert Burns" (£14.95)
Andrew Boyle, "Ayrshire Heritage" (1990, £6.25)
Hans Hecht, "Robert Burns" (1991, £5.95)
Billy Kay, "The Mither Tongue" (rev. ed. 1993, £6.50)
James Mackay, "Burns - a Biography" (hardback £24.50, paperback £15)
Colin Hunter McQueen, "Rantin Rovin Robin" (paperback 1999, £10)
B Skinner, "Burns Authentic Likeness" (1963, £1.95)
Gavin Smith, "Robert Burns The Exciseman" (1989, £4.95)
Gavin Sprott, "Robert Burns, Farmer" (1990, £4.50)
John Strawhorn, "Scotland of Robert Burns" (1995, £8.50)
S Valance, "Breaths of Ayr"
"The Burns Supper Companion" (1998, £6.95)
"Burns in Scotland, the National Burns Collection (2004)
And a special discount for members . . .
Members' discount of 10% at Scotweb, the world's largest Scottish shop, stocking authentic kilts, kilt outfits and accessories. This link on this page will automatically take you to their Irvine Burns Club discounted prices - after ordering, Scotweb will check with us that the purchaser is a Burns Club member.
Library: experimental area:
- either Click to listen, or Right-click and Save Target As to download:
Toast to Bonnie Jean by 2004 Vice-President Willie Boyd (14Mb; audio length 16 mins.)