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Burns Night at Woodside Grange

Residents at Woodside Grange enjoyed the traditional fare of Haggis, Tatties and Neeps to celebrate Burns Day Lunch accompanied by a Piper who played tunes throughout the home and also piped the haggis in on a silver platter, with the piper addressing the haggis.

Burns Night is celebrated every year on 25 January in honour of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns.

The Ayrshire poet and lyricist died in 1796, at the age of 37, but he is still regarded as the most prominent poet to have written in the Scots dialect.

His most well-known poems include To a Mouse, Address to a Haggis, Tam O'Shanter, A Red, Red Rose and A Man's a Man for A' That.


January 25, 2024




Woodside Grange


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