Burns Night at The Farmer’s Arms
Date: 25 January 2024
Time: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£28 (includes a whiskey with your meal)Book Here
Tickets are £28 (inclusive of three course dinner, addresses and ceilidh).
Advanced booking for dinner is essential through the ‘Book Here’ button above.
The dress code is Too Much Tartan (or as many clashing checks as you can muster).
If you would prefer to pay by cheque or cash, please contact us and we will make arrangements for you as needed.
The Farmer’s Arms, Lowick Green – LA12 8DT
Celebrating the farmer, poet and all things rural that Robert Burns might represent, our Burns Night Party is a cut above the rest!
As Wordsworth declared in homage:
‘Whose light I hailed when first it shone,
And showed my youth
How verse may build a princely throne
On humble truth’
After three weeks of closure for maintenance, The Farmer’s Arms is reopening on the 25th of January to enjoy a three course dinner of classic Scottish dishes made using the best local ingredients. The evening will also include:
- Ceilidh, live band and caller (music and highland/barn dancing) from 8.30pm onwards
- Cocktails on a highland theme, heather, honey, seaweed, salt, raspberries, whiskey, barley and malt
- Poetry with Ilse Pedler and others – a homage to Norman Nicholson (rumour has it that The Farmer’s Arms was his favourite pub)
- DJ Country Soul and the sound of the wild – interspersed throughout the evening
Cullen Skink – a traditional potato soup from the northeast of Scotland made with smoked haddock
Celeriac Skink – a vegan take on the original made with smoked celeriac (VG)
Haggis, Neeps and Tatties – made from scratch with local ingredients
Mushroom and Barley Haggis – with neeps and tatties (VG)
Clootie Dumpling – a traditional dried fruit dessert made of dried fruits boiled in a cloth called a ‘cloot’
Cranachan layered with oats and Lawson Park fruits (VG)