Burns Night is steeped in tradition for Milngavie Manor Care Home residents
Everyone was in good spirits at Milngavie Manor and happy to celebrate some age-old traditions when they marked Burns night.
Residents and staff at Milngavie Manor were invited to a local restaurant for a delicious three-course meal – thanks to the Josephine Oboh Macleod charity (J.O.M).
Wellbeing and Lifestyle Coach Morag Scott said: “The company, food and Burns poems and impromptu songs made for a lovely afternoon.”
Before the lunch, resident Isabel Marshall, who was wearing her family tartan sash, received a round of applause when she said grace.
The J.O.M charity promotes the enhancement of well-being through art and culture. It seeks to see the progression of society and community development by connecting the world using art, craft, design, heritage/history.
Morag added: “The day was wonderfully memorable, and a good time was had by all.”