The club was formed in Inveraray on 28th April 2006 to celebrate the life and works of Robert Burns, Scotland's Poet and most famous Son and to honour, arguably, the greatest Scotsman that ever lived, who is honoured in countries in every continent of the world.Affiliated to the Robert Burns World Federation, Roll Number 2057Our Patrons are their Graces the Duke & Duchess of Argyll
"The social, friendly, honest Man whate’er he be, ’tis he fulfils great nature’s plan and none but he"
Robert Burns was born on 25th January 1759 and died at the age of just 37 on 21st July 1796. Poet, farmer, excise-man, nationalist, radical, humanitarian, song-writer and lover are just some of the names which can describe him. Born in Ayrshire, he toured Scotland as Caledonia's Bard, but Inveraray was the furthest north he was to venture on the west coast