BEITH Bowling Club held its annual Burns Supper at the weekend.

The event, on Saturday, January 12, saw the haggis piped in by Piper Scott Figgins and carried in by PP Robert Clark.

Ronnie McNeil of Largs gave the Address to the Haggis and performed Holy Willie.

The Immortal Memory was performed by Alistair Sims, secretary of Dalry Burns Club, who also did a reading.

The Toast to the Lassies was by Ronnie McGinty of Largs, Tam O’ Shanter was performed by Alan Rodgers of Largs who also did a reading and reply from The Artists.

There was also a raffle on the night, which made a total of £190.

President Warnock Longridge said: “A great time was had by all and the entertainment was first class. “Piper Scott Figgins played the pipes at each break and had the audience standing and applauding at his fantastic playing.

“PP Robert Clark replied to the orator with a very fine speech. Donald Reid gave the Vote of Thanks, of which he was very good at.

“Club member, Andy Ross, kept the top tables glasses topped up – good job Andy.

“Adam Calderwood and Donald McCorquadale Snr also did a great job behind the bar keeping everyone supplied.”

President Warnock Longridge finished off the night by thanking everyone for being there and making the night a great success.