DESPITE losing £1,000 in a recent burglary, the Shoreham Centre is determined to make Saturday’s Burns Night Supper a success.
A night of music, haggis, malt whisky, dancing, singing and poetry will go ahead at the centre as planned.
Music will be provided by Barry Ruffell’s band the Hopdogs with a Scots caller, and there will be a piper, Burns poems and songs, and a nip of Glenmorangie single malt whisky for anyone wearing tartan.
The chef will be serving traditional and vegetarian haggis with tatties and the neeps as well as a Scottish fruit pudding.
Guests are advised to arrive at 7.30pm for an 8pm start, and tickets are available from the centre for £20.
There will be free parking behind the hall, and the bar will be open until late.
Manager David Frost said: I am confident that it will be a wonderful night and I hope it will become an annual feature each year.”