Burns Suppers have been part of Scottish Culture for around 200 years and are a great means of remembering our best loved Bard.
Every January 25th Scots locally and worldwide celebrate Rabbie Burns birthday usually with a Burns Supper – Cock-a-leekie, haggis with ‘neeps and tatties followed by tipsy Laird
No Burns Supper is complete without a Piper to lead in the Haggis before toasting it with a Nip of Whisky.
To hire a piper for your Burns supper, why not call the truly amazing "Mains of Fintry Pipe Band" – but be quick – their diary is filling fast. Click here for further information.
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