Sale Masonic Hall was the venue for 120 guests who enjoyed a fabulous 5 course Burns Night Supper that consisted of far more than ‘Haggis, Neeps and tatties’!
The Haggis was piped in by a piper from the Scots Guards Association Pipes and Drums Manchester, who later as a 6 piece band entertained the diners with stirring and traditional tunes. The events table cards told the story of Robert Burns The Freemason, initiated on 4th July 1781.
The evening had two aims according to W.Bro Colin Ross who introduced the event, firstly to enjoy ourselves and secondly to raise monies for the Masonic Samaritan Fund. Both aims were met with all those present having a great time with great food and drink and the MSF benefited to the tune over £700 raised in the evening.
The evening was organised by WBro Geoff Bowden and WBro Kevin Dickens who both acknowledged their wives’ assistance.