Burns Night 2017

The Lodge Members were invited to assist the Killin Drama Club in providing speakers for toasts and resitations at the 2018 Senior Citizen's Burns Supper.


The Haggis was addressed by Alex Stewart who also gave a light hearted informative Toast to The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns.


Bobby Lafferty Toasted the Lassies with the reply coming from Karen Lafferty.


Willie Dunn gave 'To a Mouse' and Neil Carson 'Tam o' Shanter'


The Lodge is pleased to be associated with this traditional gathering which maintains the Honouring of our National Bard and ensures the Senior Members

of the community have a wonderful evening.











One of the Greatest things we can do as Individuals and as a collective is supporting others. Lodge Breadalbane St Fillans No815 prides itself in being a Contributor both to the local community and those further afield.


To assist us in aiding our beneficiaries we hold annual events such as the Killin Auction held on the Easter Weekend which is supported by visitors and locals, The killin New Years Dance again supported well by locals and visitors. Monies raised are then distributed to various organisations throughout the district as Far afield as Dalmally.


Equally the Lodge prides itself in supporting the the Masonic Widows, the Masonic Care homes and also on occasions adhoc requests.


Hogmany 2016


Once again the Hogmany Dance went well, with an excellent turn out of over 200+ people that attended to this years event; with a mixture of ages and it was  great to see many family’s celebrate this together




The Bob MacGregor Memorial Trial



The Bob MacGregor Memorial Motorcycle Trail which is an 2 day annual event in Killin is supported by Members of the Lodge, they support this event with marshalling and safety.


Old Cemetery Project



The clearing of trees shrubs and strimming of the grass has progressed slowly during the past year. The wait for the wonderful display of snowdrops and daffodils to finish before starting any work unfortunately co-insided with a good spell of weather but that’s nature for you, and the summer days were not so dry. The trees which have been dropped have opened up around two thirds of the area and we will be seeking assistance from the Parks Department as to how new growth can be halted. The grass is altogether another matter as over the years a deep bed of decayed mulch has mounted up, which is mostly wet and unstable. A few cuts and careful raking has made an improvement and about a third of the cemetery has been trimmed to a manageable level. In doing the clearing up there have been a number of old grave stones found covered in around 100mm of decayed material, one of which has the profile of a figure not unlike the style which can be seen in the MacNab enclosure on Inchbuie. These are marked for future attention. It is important to locate any grave stones among the years of accumulated debris, as a safety measure, since when cutting limbs off the trees a safe footing is required as the stabilising ropes are hand held to lower the severed branches.   This is a major commitment for the local Lodge Members and it was not entered into lightly. When all the trees have been taken out and the grass brought to a controllable level, it will be much easier to keep tidy. This will become a place cleared of unwanted debris and self seeded trees, and where locals and visitors can wander among our predecessors and muse as to what they contributed to the community all those years ago. Already family connections from overseas have visited the cemetery and commented on the work in hand especially when being able to take clear photos of the graves.  It is gratifying that the Lodge has contact with families and they know that the old graves are not forgotten. Donations have been received from visitors, who were just having a look round, for which we thank them.