Cadbury House to host Burns Night party in aid of Guide Dog Association

PUBLISHED: 20:00 13 January 2017

Martin Mills, Jane Newton, Andrea Eaton and Linda Hole of Guide Dogs for the Blind with the Shirley Pipe Band. Photo by Jeremy Long.

Martin Mills, Jane Newton, Andrea Eaton and Linda Hole of Guide Dogs for the Blind with the Shirley Pipe Band. Photo by Jeremy Long.

Jeremy Long \ JCL Photography

One of Scotland’s most revered poets will be celebrated with a charity feast at a Congresbury hotel next weekend.

DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House, will celebrate Burns Night on January 25 by hosting a party on January 21.

Burns Night celebrates the life and works of poet Robbie Burns, and Cadbury’s event will feature rousing performances from the 10-piece Shirley Pipe Band.

Guests will also be able to enjoy a four-course meal at the Smallway venue. Tickets to the 7pm event, priced £35, are available from 01934 834343, and all proceeds will go to the Guide Dog Association.

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