Cladh Hallan Association has made every attempt to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data contained in this website. As with archiving any historical data, there is no total guarantee that this information is entirely and completely accurate. We will to the best of our ability try and keep the information given in this database as correct as possible and to correct all errors when made known to us.
Cladh Hallan Association Trustees are Neil MacIntyre, Funeral Director; Rev. Donald J. MacKay, Parish Priest, St. Peter's RC Church; John Angus O'Henley, Parish Secretary, St. Peter's RC Church; and Sandra Stephens, the creator of this website.
For any questions, or requests for additional information, please contact:
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Cladh Hallan Association
Daliburgh, South Uist, HS8 5SS
Western Isles, Scotland UK
CLADH HALLAN: A REGISTERED CHARITY
On 28 February 2012, the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) awarded Cladh Hallan with Charitable Status (SC042978). We are now known as "Cladh Hallan Association", although we still have a Cemetery Committee.
Cladh Hallan Association’s charitable objects are:
(a) To conserve and maintain, operate and manage Cladh Hallan and its memorials, gravesites, tombs, cemetery wall, and other historic features for the benefit of the Community.
(b) To advance the education of the public by making available the burial records of the lives of those buried in Cladh Hallan by collecting and preserving the genealogy, heritage and culture of the lives of the inhabitants of South Uist and related areas through the ages by maintaining a Cemetery website.
This achievement will allow the Association to apply for grant funding for necessary repairs to the cemetery wall as well as other areas which need repair or upgrading, as well as receive tax relief on donations given to the Charity.