Society of New Zealand Shirts

Support the Clan Macmillan Society of New Zealand by ordering a Clan Macmillan Society Polo Shirt or T-Shirt

Polo shirts Sizes available are XS - 5XL colours: white, grey, dark blue. Price: $30 (includes postage).

Ladies Polo shirts Sizes available are XS - 4XL white polyester/cotton with embroided crest and Clan Macmillan New Zealand on left breast. Price: $30. T shirts (not shown): Sizes S - 3XL Any shirt colour with any logo colour, cost: $27. Allprices include postage

To purchase a shirt contact Avon McMillan. Make payable to "Clan Macmillan Society of New Zealand". Write or phone first to:
Avon McMillan
6 Aurea Ave, Pakuranga, Auckland, New Zealand.
Phone: (09) 576 2383

Clan MacMillan International

Above, MacMillan Hunting Old tartan. See more about Clan MacMillan tartan.

All members of Clan MacMillan and its septs are eligible to become Companions Regular. A lifetime membership is $500, payment of which may be spaced over five years. With a reduced $250 fee and with our Chief's approval, members' spouses and children are eligible for membership also. Download a Companion application form as a PDF. Contact the CTS Abbot, Blanche McMillan by email with any questions.

Invitation from Chief George MacMillan, patron of Community of the Tonsured Servant

As Chief and Chairman of the Trustees of the Clan Centre, as well as Patron of the CTS, I’d like to extend a personal invitation to all MacMillans and Sept-members to consider joining this charitable community of honour, set up by the Rev. Malcolm MacMillan to support the Clan MacMillan International Centre.

As you will know if you have visited the Clan Centre’s pages on this website, it’s purpose is to help the Chief to serve his Clan. I see my role primarily as providing a focal point for clanspeople scattered round the world, fostering a sense of identity, friendship, and understanding between members of our global family. The Clan Centre has given me invaluable help in trying to fulfil this role in a number of ways: Through Project MAOL, which has computerised huge quantities of genealogical material (incidentally re-uniting many long lost cousins); through the publication of authoritative works on the Clan's history, along with our six-monthly magazine/newsletter; through the compilation of this widely-admired website; and in the handling of all manner of inquiries.

Though many others help me fulfil my role in the Clan, only the Clan Centre is obliged to do so; and without the support of the Community of the Tonsured Servant, the service provided by the Clan Centre would have ceased some years ago. So I, for one, along with many clanspeople from all round the world, have every reason to be grateful to anyone who is generous enough to seek membership of this special body within Clan MacMillan.