The Highland Society
of London
Book Prize


A very warm welcome to the Highland Society of London website.

As well as providing a widely-accessible summary of our charitable activities and of our long and proud history, I would encourage all Members to use the portal regularly to engage more with the Society, wherever they are based around the world. Please also check your junk/spam folder regularly for emails from, and set this address to be “never block sender” to ensure that you continue to receive our regular communications by email.

In particular, Members of the Society are encouraged to click through to the Members Area for more detail on our latest events and specific donations, including recent updates on the following:

  • GENERAL COURT AND ANNUAL DINNER: to be held at the Caledonian Club on Wednesday 11th March 2020
  • 2019 Gaelic Singer of the Year Award Winner, sponsored by the Society
  • Letter of acknowledgement relating to the Royal Scottish Academy 2019 Award
  • Letter of acknowledgement from the Scottish Piping Society of London
  • FOCUS CHARITY: please click on the JustGiving button above to donate to the Kilmartin Museum appeal

We are continually seeking to increase the financial support that we give to our chosen charities. We have set up a link to our JustGiving site at the top of this website to enable Members and non-Members to give one-off donations or regular payments by direct debit, however big or small. Members are also encouraged to suggest new beneficiaries for donations close to their hearts provided such beneficiaries fall within the focus of the Society’s objects. It is very pleasing and encouraging that our funds for distribution continue to grow.

With nearly 400 members I do hope that, proudly and collectively, we can step up our support for existing and new beneficiaries in this way. We will continue to update the website whenever it is merited. I know that many Members enjoy attending Society events because it is an excellent opportunity to meet up with old friends and to hear some fine piping. Thus the website is also intended to enable this part of the Society’s activities to operate better, and to continue to enjoy each other’s company.

Thank you for your interest and support

Yours aye

Duncan Byatt