Borough Market will echo to the skirl of the pipes as customers and traders warm up for Burns Night.
Throughout the day traditional Scottish produce and culture will be showcased in the Jubilee Market; cookery demonstrations, music and dancing will bring a flavour of Scotland to the heart of London.
For the second year Graham Harvey and Sheila McConachie, chef patrons of the award winning Craggan Mill Restaurant in Moray, will cook dishes from their wide ranging repertoire. For whisky connoiseurs this is also the opportunity to experiment with the idea of matching malts with more unusual ingredients, such as seared scallops and black pudding with Glen Garioch Cream.
A programme of Scottish music and dancing from performers with The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) will keep the spirits high, and of course the day would not be complete without entertaining renditions of the 'Address to a haggis'.
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