A celebration that was started by his friends 21 July 1801, the fifth anniversary of his death, and has been a regular occurrence ever since; more commonly celebrated on his Birthday and know as Burns Supper.
An evening filled with Whisky, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties! (Tastier than it looks!) bagpipes, dancing and recitals of the Rabbies famous poetry and song. Any excuse for a party!!
Local artist Emily Hogarth has brought to life his beautiful words in her intricate papercut style that has then been transformed in to limited edition Screen Prints.
This is just a snippet of Emily’s collection celebrating many beautiful songs and poems by famous Scots.
We’ll raise a Dram to Rabbie Burns. Cheers!
Ye Banks an" Braes