Burn's Supper

Everyone gathered in the decked out hall awaiting the arrival of the ceremonial Haggis, a traditional Scottish dish celebrated by Robert Burns in 'Address to the Haggis'. Our new piper took the lead, followed closely by Mark our Haggis bearer. It was a moving moment with the sound of the haunting pipes echoing through the corridors. Martin, master of ceremonies opened the evening and the feasting commenced. Poems were recited, songs were sung and the evening ended with a standing rendition of Auld Lang Syne.