Sunday , June 16 2024

Celebrating Burns in ‘Little’ Scotland

Corby is famous for its Scottish heritage based on decades of incoming steel workers and was for a time known locally as “Little Scotland”.

So it is, that every Lodge celebrates Burns Night with their members and the large number of visitors who descend on the Complex to enjoy the Haggis, Neeps & Tatties along with the warm fellowship offered by every Lodge.

Thistle & Rose #6644 , the first lodge to be given their charter in Corby, attracts many visitors and celebrate along with the food, the Music and Poems of Rabbie Burns. The other Lodges have this year and in years past also gone all out to celebrate in proper fashion the evening.

T&R burns night where Bros L & B Aitken were passed to a FC. Music by WBros Ian Stark / Immortal memory WBro Alex Henderson yet another Burns night success in Corby.

Lodge of Unity Burns night with the PGM / PPGM & PDPGM plus other provincial officers.

Twins L&B Aitken with the WM,SW and JW await their passing to the 2nd degree.
With the Officers and Provincial visitors, the Bros L&R Aitken after their passing.
WBro Scott Morton pipes in the Haggis at T&R with WBro Andy Mackie presenting the Haggis to all.
After Piping in the wee beastie, and then addressing it, WBro Scott Morton picks up his guitar and joins WBro Ian Stark for the music.
WBro Ian Stark
WBro Alex Henderson explained the History behind Burns Night to all.
The Brethren stand up to join in with a rousing version of a Song by Rabbie Burns.

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