Burns Night celebrations bring a taste of Scotland to Clarendon HallBurns Night celebrations were enjoyed by all at Clarendon Hall care home in Grimsby as Residents embraced traditional Scottish celebrations.

The day started with a special church service, followed by a performance from Joyful Joy, who played Scottish music on her organ for the Residents.

After the celebrations, Residents joined together to enjoy some traditional Scottish cuisine, including haggis, neaps and tatties.

One Resident commented: “We have had a brilliant afternoon, a good sing-a-long and a lovely Scottish dinner.”

Nicola Walker, Home Manager at Clarendon Hall, said: “The Burns Night celebrations at the home were enjoyed by all. The food went down a treat, with Residents really enjoying the Scottish dishes we had to offer.”