Arkwright’s Cafe at Cromford Mills is the setting on Saturday, January 24, for a Burns Night Supper.
Come along for an evening that will introduce and celebrate the life and works of Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns, whose most well-known poem is perhaps Auld Lang Syne.
Born in 1759, he became an icon of Scottish culture.
The evening will include selected readings from his work in between a three course dinner, which includes haggis, neeps and tatties and apple pie served with whisky custard.
Come along for an evening’s atmospheric entertainment, with a memorable mix of words, food and drink.
Diners are welcome to come dressed in suitable costume if they wish.
The evening starts at 7.30pm and will finish at 9pm.
The cost is £19.50 per person and there will be a bar.
Places are limited and advance booking is required.
For more details about the event, you can go online to www.cromfordmills.org.uk
The Arkwright Society owns and manages Cromford Mills. It is an educational charity devoted to the rescue of industrial heritage buildings.
and helping to preserve the precious built and natural landscape in and around Cromford.