Robert Burns Links
Below, we have provided links to some other websites about Robert Burns that may be of interest to those seeking information about Burns, his poetry, songs and music.
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Robert Burns Club World Federation.
An Excellent reference site that includes Robert Burns's complete works with English translations. It also includes the full indexed text of Maurice Lindsay's Burns Encyclopaedia.
Dictionary of the Scots Language.
This site has lots of interesting information on Robert Burns. It is not a very attractive site that is not easy to navigate but don't let that put you off because it is worth a visit.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/history/burnsnight/ This is the BBC's tribute to Burns and, more specifically. the Burns Supper. Again well worth a visit!
http://www.electricscotland.com/burns/ The Electric Scotland site is an excellent resource and always worth a visit. They provide lots of material on Robert Burns as well as links to other Burns sites.
http://siliconglen.com/ Silicon Glen is another good Scottish Reference site.
The Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the living memory of Scotland's great, 18th century bard Robert Burns. A North American Resource that is "weel wordy o ' visit."
The Burns Heritage Park is centred on the village of Alloway and it includes Burns's Cottage, The Tam o' Shanter Experience, Brig o'Doon, Kirk Alloway and the Burns Museum.
The website of Dumbarton Burns Club, No.10 in the Federation. Dumbarton is proud of its association with Robert Burns. It also has the distinction of being one of six Scottish Burghs which made Burns a freeman during his life. The other five are Jedburgh, Dumfries, Linlithgow, Lochmaben and Sanquhar. His Burgess Ticket is a treasured relic, preserved in the local council's archives. Highland Mary's two nieces are buried in a little churchyard at Renton.
The long-established Irvine Burns Club, founded in 1826, maintains a Robert Burns Museum in the town where the poet Robert Burns lived and worked in 1781. Visitors can enjoy the audio-visual room, the manuscripts, and many paintings and artifacts. Admission free.
Prestige Events Scotland is a team of event producers who can organise and plan corporate, golfing and Burns events for their clients including the provision of after dinner speakers.
The St. Andrew Society of Sarasota, Inc., was first organized on March 26, 1979. The purposes of the Society are to provide social and cultural activities relating to Scottish heritage, with special emphasis on recognizing Sarasota's settlement by the Scots, and to encourage close relations with other Scottish societies in the United States, in Sarasota County and in Scotland.
RBANA is an association dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of the life, works and philosophies of Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns and to promote Scottish culture and heritage in North America.
The website of Perth Burns Club, Instituted 1873. Number 26 on the roll of The Robert Burns World Federation.
A group of musicians who specialise in Burns' music.
Balerno Burns Club
"Let it Blaw", the website of the Balerno Burns Club. Balerno is a village on the outskirts of Edinburgh.