A north-east Scout group has marked Burns Night with a traditional dinner.
Scotland is a “hugely valued” part of the United Kingdom, Theresa May told guests gathered at Downing Street for a Burns Supper.
The whisky’s on the sideboard and the haggis, neeps and tattie have been bought – people across Scotland are gearing up for the annual celebration which marks the birth of national poet Robert Burns in 1759. Here’s a rundown on what to expect on Burns Night on January 25:
Watch: Aberdeen bank boss delivers full Address to a Haggis at one of Scotland’s biggest Burns suppers
For many the highlight of the traditional Burns Supper is the reciting of the Address to a Haggis.
A new ice cream parlour in Aberdeen city centre has created an unusual flavour combination of haggis and marmalade ice cream to mark Burns Night.
Gordon MP Alex Salmond has hosted a Burns Night feast of North-east produce in France.
As Scotland gets ready to celebrate Burns Night 2017, we take a look at the man who inspired the annual celebration, Robert Burns.
If the sight of a big haggis turns you off a bit, we’re here to prove the Scottish delicacy is tastier and more versatile than you might think.
To mark Burns Night next week we're giving readers the chance to win mouthwatering hamper containing the best food and drink that Scotland can offer.