Where will you celebrate Burns Night?

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Where will you celebrate Burns Night on Friday 25th January. Its quite close to the end of the month and therefore a great time to go out and celebrate this fun tradition.

Historically the celebration goes back to the time of Robbie Burns and the meal usually consists of haggis, ‘neaps’ and ‘tatties’. It is also associated with wearing tartan and ‘wee drams’ of whiskey!

Ashdown Park Hotel (www.ashdownpark.com) and The Blackboys Inn (www.theblackboys.co.uk) are both celebrating the occasion in style. At Ashdown Park the evening starts with a whiskey cocktail on arrival. The haggis is traditionally ‘pipped in’ by a bagpipe player wearing full tartan. Then the haggis is cut up and served with turnips and mashed potato. The meal will be accompanied by a measure of whiskey. As usual the dessert will be Cranach which is a traditional Scottish pudding made up of layers of oats and fresh fruit – usually raspberries. If you would like to attend either of these events please book in advance.

Sussex Country Gardener will be celebrating Burns Week rather than Burns Night with the traditional Burns Supper served at lunch time from Monday 21st to Sunday 27th January. It is an ideal opportunity to go along and browse the sale items before enjoying lunch in the restaurant. www.sussexcountrygardener.co.uk

The Bull Inn at Newick is also celebrating Burns Night with a traditional Burns Night supper which includes a haggis which is piped into the seating area, followed by a full roast beef dinner. Please book in advance
www.thebullnewick.co.uk

Where ever you decide to go, enjoy your Burns Night celebration on Friday 25th January.
www.ashdownforest.com

Image may contain: one or more people

Where will you celebrate Burns Night on Friday 25th January. Its quite close to the end of the month and therefore a great time to go out and celebrate this fun tradition.

Historically the celebration goes back to the time of Robbie Burns and the meal usually consists of haggis, ‘neaps’ and ‘tatties’. It is also associated with wearing tartan and ‘wee drams’ of whiskey!

Ashdown Park Hotel (www.ashdownpark.com) and The Blackboys Inn (www.theblackboys.co.uk) are both celebrating the occasion in style. At Ashdown Park the evening starts with a whiskey cocktail on arrival. The haggis is traditionally ‘pipped in’ by a bagpipe player wearing full tartan. Then the haggis is cut up and served with turnips and mashed potato. The meal will be accompanied by a measure of whiskey. As usual the dessert will be Cranach which is a traditional Scottish pudding made up of layers of oats and fresh fruit – usually raspberries. If you would like to attend either of these events please book in advance.

Sussex Country Gardener will be celebrating Burns Week rather than Burns Night with the traditional Burns Supper served at lunch time from Monday 21st to Sunday 27th January. It is an ideal opportunity to go along and browse the sale items before enjoying lunch in the restaurant. www.sussexcountrygardener.co.uk

The Bull Inn at Newick is also celebrating Burns Night with a traditional Burns Night supper which includes a haggis which is piped into the seating area, followed by a full roast beef dinner. Please book in advance
www.thebullnewick.co.uk

Where ever you decide to go, enjoy your Burns Night celebration on Friday 25th January.
www.ashdownforest.com

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