A clan is:
A family ; it concerns spouses, wives, children, grandchildren ... This family is international; there are Ramsay in Scotland, in Europe, in the United States, in Australia ... When a Ramsay from one country moves to another country, he can warn the members and thus meet on behalf of the clan. The clan spirit is very strong.
Rules of social conduct ; a clan generally demands exemplary conduct. Between the members of a clan and the clans themselves, the greatest respect is required and the clansmen are clearly asked to have gentlemanly conduct. Between the clans themselves, there reigns a strong spirit of fraternity.
Rules of political and religious conduct ; it is customary for no one to express himself politically or religiously in the name of the clan. On Scottish independence, discretion is required. Religion does not intervene in the life of the clan.
Joint activities ; our clan offers throughout the year various activities punctuated by two highlights: The Burns that brings the clan at the end of January in memory of the poet Robert Burns, we eat haggis while drinking whiskey and the Franco-Scottish Festivals, mid-July when we meet the other clans.
A minimal contribution ; it is about 30 € and is not intended to be higher ... Members can make donations but it remains an affordable contribution so that members of the clan can participate in his life. The contribution is family; it concerns all members of a household.
It is a dress code ; the members of the clan identify with their tartans, how to wear it and how to dress. There is a deep respect for the symbols of the clan, its tartans and the values they convey.
It is also a respect of its rules ; clan members are held to the extent of their ability to follow the clan's direction when it is proposed.