On 25th January the world celebrates the life and works of Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns. Held on the anniversary of Burns’ birth, the celebrations were originally started by some of his close friends a few years after his death and now Burns Night is celebrated across the world each year.
Robert Burns composed some of the world's best loved poetry and songs including Auld Lang Syne and A Red, Red Rose. Burns Night is a national celebration of Scottish traditions including haggis, whisky, bagpipes, poetry recitations, dancing and a lot of laughter and fun.
At Benholm, we're creating displays with a Scottish theme throughout the year using heather, thistles, moss, tartan and other local materials. These displays are ideal for Burns Night, Hogmany and many other national Scottish events. They are also popular with hotels and restaurants where the displays are changed regularly and each theme can include different aspects of our rich Scottish heritage.