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Celebrating Robert Burns at Moray care home


By Chris Saunderson

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Residents at Glenisla Care Home in Keith enjoyed a lockdown Burns Supper to the skirl of the bagpipes.

Cathy Pirie raises a toast to the bard.
Cathy Pirie raises a toast to the bard.

As the residents tucked into their haggis, neeps and tatties rounded off with a dram, piper Ewen Brindle - whose mum Carol works at Glenisla - entertained them from outside.

Dolly Bowie watches Ewen's performance.
Dolly Bowie watches Ewen's performance.

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Raising a toast to the national bard is resident Cathy Pirie, while Dolly Bowie watches Ewen’s performance from the window.

Ewen Brindle pipes outside the home.
Ewen Brindle pipes outside the home.

With the country still in lockdown, people had to find different ways to celebrate the national day.


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