September 19 2014 Latest news:
Sunday, January 26, 2014
More than 100 people packed into a south Norfolk pub on Saturday to celebrate Burns night.
The Angel at Larling hosted the annual event where Haggis was piped into the pub by Ray Russell.
Landlord, Andrew Stammers whose family has owned the pub for a century, said: “We had a great day, it was fantastic.
“Thirty years ago we decided to celebrate Burns night because my late grandmother was Scottish.”
The annual event marks the life and works of the poet Robert Burns who died in 1796.
“January is usually bleak but we had a lovely day. We celebrate Burns night every year, it’s a great attraction which is well supported by our customers,” Mr Stammers added. *To see a video of the celebrations go to our website www.edp24.co.uk.