Haggis And Bagpipes As Royal Star & Garter Veterans Celebrate Burns Night

The sound of bagpipes and smell of haggis filled the air at Royal Star & Garter as residents celebrated Burns Night on Monday, January 25.

The veterans tucked into a traditional Burns Supper – including haggis, neeps, tatties and a dram or two of whisky – at each of the charity’s three Homes, in Solihull, Surbiton and High Wycombe.

Despite the absence of visitors at the Homes this year because of the pandemic, residents still enjoyed the traditional sounds of the bagpipes played through speakers.

In High Wycombe, Scottish resident Duncan read out the famous Robert Burns poem ‘Address to a Haggis’, before residents tucked into their meal.

In Solihull, staff donned kilts and pretended to play the bagpipes, while in Surbiton healthcare assistant and singer Jodie performed for residents.

 

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