IT WAS pipes, haggis and kilts galore at the Warwick Senior Citizens Centre on Saturday night as the Warwick Caledonian Society held its annual dinner.

Inverness Highland Dancing School performed the Highland Fling with Scots PGC College's Sandy Dalziel performing the "Address to the Haggis". Piper Andy Matthews and drummer Daniel Williamson from Scotland also impressed.

Guest Lawrence Springborg certainly enjoyed Helen Madsen's haggis, which was followed by a speech by Daily News chief of staff and Scottish native Jenna Cairney on the independence referendum.

A dram of whisky and a sing-along to Auld Lang Syne completed the Caledonian experience.


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