Eljen Marcius 15, en most csak azt tudom ajanlani, hogy mindenki
csendes maganyaban elgondolkodik a szep, harcias multunkrol.
Szerintem mar az is valami, ha az ember elgondolkozik azon hogy mi
volt akkor es hogy meg mi minden lesz..
Unepeljunk bekeben, es dicsosegben.
Isten ald meg a magyart,
Ui. Jokedv, boseg
Ez egy angol nyelvu uzenet, hogy az angolul beszelo erdeklodoket
se zarjuk ki az informaciokbol. Tegnap Tamas Londonbol erdeklodott a
marc. 15-ei programok utan. Talan Skocia tul messze van Londontol, de
azert erdemes tudni, hogy itt font a zord videkeken is meg szoktuk
unnepelni marc. 15-et!!
15 March 1988, meeting at 12.00 a.m., in front of Cross Keys Hotel,
182 High Street, Dalkeith, a small town where Kossuth also stirred up emotions
the Scots (along with Selkirk where we celebrated last year's March 15):
We are going to celebrate the national anniversary March 15th. Mr
David Smith of Dalkeith has very kindly agreed to give us a speech on
the part Kossuth played in the life of Dalkeith (and Scotland in
general), after which we could sing some Kossuth-songs as last year
(Kossuth notakat es verbunkosokat). We have proposed to have lunch
afterwards in Old Meal Market Inn, a very friendly pub with a
fireplace. The price of the meal is stlg5.50. Those interested are
required to make their own way to Dalkeith, and pay for their own
Transport to Dalkeith from Edinburgh:
a/ red buses: Numbers 3; 30; 82.Numbers 3 and 30 run every half an
hour (Wester Hailes, Haymarket, North Bridge, Dalkeith), and it takes
about 30 mins to get to Dalkeith from North Bridge. 82 runs from
Charlotte Square to George street to Dalkeith, though less frequent.
In order to be able to book the restaurant/hotel bar, it is VERY
IMPORTANT FOR US TO KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE intend to attend the
celebrations in Dalkeith. So please let us know by Friday evening if
you are planning to come, and if you are bringing any additional
Also, those who know Hungarians and Hungarian-related people who
would be interested, but are not not on the email, PLEASE LET THEM
KNOW about it, and ASK THEM TO INFORM either me (Szilvia Papp, 30/5
Pilrig House Close, Edinburgh, EH6 5RF, Tel: 553 5684) or Zsuzsanna
Varga (8 Annandale Street, Edinburgh, Tel: 557 5309) as soon as
We are delighted to report that a fair number of people (cca 22) have
contacted us about their intentions to come along -it seems that we
are going to have a lovely time. Please do not hesitate to bring
along friends, husbands, wives, children etc.. Everyone is welcome!!
Papp Szilvia es Varga Zsuzsa
of the Hungarian Society of Edinburgh University