The Malpas & District Scottish Society Burns Night Supper and Dance last night(Saturday Jan 19).
It started with the Selkirk Grace, followed by Cock-a-Leekie Soup.
Then the Royal Scottish Haggis was ushered in to the skirl of the pipes by Mr Colin Spence.
The Haggis was addressed by President Mrs Eiren Bennell.
The Haggis was then served with "Bashed Neeps and Chappit Tatties.
There was a range of deserts, followed by coffee.
The Loyal Toast to Her Majesty the Queen was proposed by Mrs Bennell.
The Immortal Memory to Robert Burns was proposed by Mr Chris Saunders.
The toast to the Lassies was proposed by Mr John Greenough and the reply was made by Ms Jilly Adamson.
The evening was rounded off with Scottish Dancing.
Malpas & District Scottish Society meets every Tuesday evening for Scottish Dancing at Chorlton & Cuddington WI Hut.
For further details contact Mrs Nora Chamberlain on 01948 860529.MalpasCheshireOnline
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