On an icy January night, the fire crackled in the Headmaster’s fireplace and the Boarders gathered to celebrate the life of the Scottish Bard. The haggis duly addressed, the lucky boarders tucked into the Scottish fayre, with neeps, sausages, tatties and all that was necessary to do justice to the “Warm-reekin” haggis. “….An cut you up wi’ ready slicht” – in went the knife and the fun began!
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