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2014 New Year's Honour List

Congratulations to the following Macleans on their awards:


  • Robert John McLean, Board Member, Dungannon Development Association, for service to the economy and regeneration of Dungannon and Donaghmore, Northern Ireland.
  • John Nigel Major McLean, Executive Chairman, China Food Company plc, Non-Executive Director, China Britain Business Council and Chairman, VSO China, for services to British business interests and the development of civil society in China.


  • Katy McLean, for services to women's rugby. Katy McLean is the captain, play-maker and goal-kicker of England's women's rugby football team. She has won 64 international caps. She led the side to a seventh consecutive Six Nations title in March 2012, together with a sixth Grand Slam in seven years, when England became the first side in championship history not to concede a try in the tournament. Other career highlights include playing in the 2010 Womenís Rugby World Cup final and leading England to victory over New Zealand in a three-match series in 2011. When not playing rugby, she is a primary school teacher at the Bexhill Academy in Sunderland.


    Death or Victory

    Death or Victory - Front Cover

    Death or Victory, a light-hearted re-telling of twenty-one of the Clanís stories, was commissioned by the Clan Maclean Heritage Trust in memory of Sir Lachlanís first wife Mary, who died in 2007. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to support further projects that reflect her keen interest in children.

    Details of how to order the book can be found here.


    Maclean Facebook Groups

    On Friday the 22nd of June at the Clan Congress in Tobermory, Andrew McVie raised the idea of creating a section for younger members of the Clan. This was considered to be a good idea and as a result Andrew has created a group on Facebook (The MacLean International Youth Group) with the aim of getting the idea off the ground. Andrew would like any MacLeans that are interested in the formation of the youth section to join the group.
    This is one of twenty Maclean Facebook groups which can now be found under the Facebook heading in the menu to the left. Associations should let us know if they create another such group, so that we can add it to the list.

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