By Angela Clark
A Burns Night with a Difference
Rabbie Burns was celebrated by the Isaro Community Initiative over a virtual network.
Approximately 50 people attended the online Celebratory event featuring bagpipes, a traditional Scottish singer and some poets.
The evening followed with the traditional dish of haggis, neeps and tatties along with some additional fine cuisine.
Emma Aitken, Project Development Officer said: ”It was really good.
“The people who were attending were new Scots or people who have just arrived in the UK so this would have been like their first experience of Robert Burns.
“A lot of them didn’t even know who he was.
SouthsideFoods over in Glasgow provided and delivered the food that was funded by BEMIS Scotland we finished the evening with a disco”