Let’s celebrate Burns Night!

Burns Night is celebrated annually on 25 January to commemorate the life of the Scottish poet Robert Burns whose hundreds of writings include the world-famous Auld Lang Syne

The first Burns Night is said to have occurred back in July 1801 when Burns’ friends gathered together to mark the fifth anniversary of his death. They ate haggis and performed his work. The night was a great success and his friends decided to keep up the traditional yearly, to celebrate his birth. From this, the Burns Night we celebrate today was born.


Celebrate with Haggis with Scallops, Apple and Whiskey Sauce

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