The Royal Burgh of Lanark Crest
Lanark Lanimers - One of Scotland's Oldest Traditions Lanimer Mascot - Larry Lanimer Mascot - Bonnie

An ancient celebration held within the Royal Burgh of Lanark on the Thursday between the Sixth and Twelfth days of June annually since the year 1140.

Lord Cornet 1971

John A. Rogers

The Lord Cornet's
Right-Hand Man

Joseph W. Lambie
The Lord Cornet's
Left-Hand Man

Alexander C. M. Wilson

JOHN ANDERSON ROGERS, Glenferness, Wheatland Drive. John, a Printer and Newsagent, has been connected with the publication of Lanimer posters, programmes and other material ever since he was associated with the printing business in which he is a partner. He also has a historical association with the Lanimers in that his father was Secretary of the Lanimer Committee for 29 years, his grandfather was Procession Secretary from 1900 to 1914 and his great uncle made the first Lanimer crown. John is married with a young son aged 9 months. The Lord Cornet takes an active interest in local affairs, has been a member of the Lanimer Committee for some 15 years, is a past captain of Lanark Junior Golf Club and a past chairman of Lanark Round Table.