Pub regulars tuck in for Rabbie
HAGGIS, poetry and good cheer were all on offer at The Star in Whiteshill on Burns Night.
"It was superb, we were absolutely packed," said landlord Ken Dickens.
Complimentary haggis, neeps and tatties, prepared by chef John Nicoll, were served and there was live music from Dark Island, with the band's frontman Dave Scott delivering the Address to the Haggis.
"It was an excellent evening which we genuinely enjoyed and was a real community event," said Ken.
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This Saturday, the pub will celebrate English fayre, serving shepherd's pie during the England v Scotland Six Nations rugby match at Twickenham.
"Then we'll be making preparations for St Patrick's Day in March," added Ken.