Tickets and accommodation are now available for the Scottish Agri-Hacks Burns Supper, which takes place on Saturday, 21 January at the Ballathie House Hotel, Stanley, Perth.
The Scottish committee of the BGAJ has brought the popular event back to the calendar after it was forced to host a virtual supper two years ago.
The supper, which honours Scotland’s Bard promises to offer attendees with a good “nicht oot” with friends, colleagues and guests.
“We hope you will come along for the party and bring one or two friends and industry contacts,” said Scottish Guild co-ordinator Eddie Gillanders.
“I can promise you a fantastic night with a delicious dinner, sparkling entertainment and a fun night.
“The main speech at the Burns Supper, The Immortal Memory, will be given by local farmer, Jim Smith, who is making a name for himself on stage, television and radio as a stand-up comedian. Bring a translater!”
With continued support from sponsors, a place at the event costs just £45 per head, which includes a pre-dinner drinks reception, a four-course dinner — including a haggis course — and a drink for the toast.
For those who wish to stay overnight the hotel is offering accommodation at £105 per person on a shared room basis, which includes the Burns Supper, or £135 for single occupancy, again including the supper.
To make a reservation, call the hotel direct on 01250 883268. A 25% non-refundable deposit will be required at the time of booking.
Booking and paying for the supper should also be done directly with the hotel, even if you don’t plan on receiving accommodation (no tickets will be issued).
Rooms are being held for those attending the Burns Supper until the end of December and will be subject to availability thereafter but at the same quoted prices. Superior rooms are available at an extra £50 per room.
- If you have any queries, please contact Eddie Gillanders
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