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Bonnie Prince Charlie Statue in DerbyAnnual Gathering 2016
The gathering will take place at the Shap Wells Hotel, Penrith from Thursday evening, 1 Sept until Sunday morning, 4 Sept.
Details can be found in The Spring and Summer editions of the Jacobite Journal.
All members wishing to attend, should do so via The 1745 Association only,

Please note that the hotel has stated that they will not accept individual bookings. All applications will be on a first come first served basis and should be made by July 31 2016, so to avoid disappointment please book early.

Please send cheques made payable to “The 1745 Association” to Stephen Lord, 4 Mill Street, Eynsham, Witney, OX29 4JS. Please remember to include in your application a contact telephone number or e-mail address, so that all queries may be answered and acknowledgements made
If any member wishes to make alternative arrangements to those listed please contact Steve on 01865 880018 or e-mail stevelord888@gmail.com
Welcome Fáilte Bienvenue Benvenuto Bienvenido Witam
Triumphant at last
This is a non-political historical association, the objects of which are:-
  1. To study the Jacobite period.
  2. To record and preserve the memory of those who actively participated in, or who had connections with the '45.
  3. To mark the appropriate historical sites.
  4. To endeavour to safeguard the Jacobite heritage

For more details, see the 1745 Association Leaflet.

Description of the Jacobite Banner
Cairns, Memorials and Plaques
Events Leading to the Jacobite Rising
Our Favourite Links
Office Bearers of The 1745 Association
Mission Statement
Charles Edward Stuart by Giles Hussey in pencil and red chalk
  New content you won't find anywhere else. Our primary communication is The Jacobite, provided as part of the membership benefits. Recent research by association members found the location of Lochiel's burial place at Bergues.
Le du Teillay Versailles Palace - Court of Honour Charles' signature
January 16 2016
From 1:30-4pm there will be a guided tour in the area of the Battle of Falkirk the day before its 270th anniversary. More details to come.
September 3-6, 2015
The success of the 1745 Association's Annual Gathering is attributed to John Macfarlane and Glen MacDonald. We visited; Barcaldine, Glen Creran, Glen Ure, Appin, Duror, Ballachulish, and Inverary. Complete details on the Gathering's page.