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Burns Night Celebration

An event in January in Suffolk
Kentwell Hall
Long Melford
Event timing: 25th January
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Celebrate one of Scotland's greatest poets at Kentwell Hall's traditional Burns Night celebration on January 25th. Whether you're Scottish or not, you'll find it a lively occasion!

A welcome in the Great Hall complete with piper, hot mull and shortbread, before processing to the banquet and enjoying a three course feast of traditional Scottish fare. We'll then push the tables back and clear the floor for ceilidh dancing into the evening.

Evening dress (your finest tartan) and advance booking essential!

Telephone: 01787 310207 for more information.

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