A traditional Burns Night celebration will be held at a farm shop near South Cave later this month.
For the second year running and in response to demand from customers, Drewton’s Farm Shop will once again be hosting a celebration of the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns on Friday 24 January.
Following a drinks reception, at which cocktails and canapés will be served, guests will feast on a four-course menu featuring traditional Scottish delicacies, including Cullen Skink and haggis with ‘bashed neeps and champit tatties’.
In keeping with Drewton’s Farm Shop’s commitment to championing Yorkshire food and drink producers, all of the ingredients will be sourced from its extensive network of local suppliers.
Drewton’s proprietor Katie Taylor said: “It promises to be a fabulous, fun-filled evening and it goes without saying that - in true Drewton’s style - we’ll be putting a slightly Yorkshire twist on this wonderful Scottish tradition.”
Tickets for the event, starting at 7.30pm, are £39.50 per person. To book or for more information, call (01430) 425079.