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Friday 26th January, 2024

An evening of celebration for Scotland's National Bard, with an evening full of poetry, singing, toasts and not forgetting, haggis!

This event will return in January 2025

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For now, we leave you with what Burns wrote about our Royal Burgh:

"Linlithgow - the appearance of rude, decayed idle grandeur — charmingly rural, retired situation — the old rough royal palace a tolerably fine, but melancholy ruin — sweetly situated on a small elevation on the brink of a Loch —"

Robert Burns, 25th August 1787.

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