Burns Suppers will be eaten across the country next week as we celebrate the life of the Bard, Robert Burns, the Scottish poet and cultural icon.
Robert Burns, born January 25, 1759, gained fame for his Scottish poetry and political commentary, and was recently voted as the greatest Scot.
To celebrate his life, Fraserburgh’s Lifeboat Station are inviting the town down to the Royal British Legion for a taste of traditional Scotland at its best.
The Lifeboat’s annual Burns Supper will be held on Saturday, January 28, at the Royal British Legion, School Street, Fraserburgh.
Tickets for the supper at £10 per-person, including all of the traditional courses and sides one would expect, including a sweet afterwards.
A disco will also be made available following the supper for those inclined to dance the night away.
Tickets can be bought directly from the Lifeboat Station on Shore Street, Fraserburgh, or from a member of the Lifeboat’s crew.
For more information on where to buy tickets, contact the Lifeboat Station on 01346 515095.