Who doesn’t love a Burns shindig?

Wishaw Press - - SCHOOL NEWS -

Park Springs Care Home cel­e­brated Burns Night in style – with a week of Scot­tish fun.

The en­ter­tain­ment started with a pan­tomime, with a ‘ High­land Lassie’ from a lo­cal com­pany per­form­ing and singing wear­ing dif­fer­ent cos­tumes. This went down w well with all the res­i­dents.

Lo­cal piper Ross Mof­fat, 12, has only been play­ing the bag­pipes for eight months but his tunes went d down a treat.

Res­i­dents Jim and Robert Stor­rier, both bag­pipers in their younger days, of­fered ad­vice to R Ross who was de­lighted to re­ceive su such valu­able in­for­ma­tion to help h him on his pip­ing ca­reer.

Gil­lian, from the Her­itage Cen­tre in Mother­well, held a Burns singa a-long with ev­ery­one join­ing in all th the favourite Scot­tish songs.

Pipe Ma­jor David Stark then a ad­dressed the hag­gis be­fore ev ev­ery­one tucked into the tra­di­tional m meal of hag­gis, neeps and tat­ties.

Rab­bie no doubt would have had a great time.

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