Burns ceremony at Coldstream Bridge

Officials at Coldstream Burns Club's Annual Bridge Ceremony, '(left to right) Piper, Rob Bell,Standard Bearer Kenny Brodie, Chairman David Douglas,Secretary John Elliot, Burns Howff Club, Dumfries President Callum Watson and Ex Coldstream Burns Club chairman Rob Smith
Officials at Coldstream Burns Club's Annual Bridge Ceremony, '(left to right) Piper, Rob Bell,Standard Bearer Kenny Brodie, Chairman David Douglas,Secretary John Elliot, Burns Howff Club, Dumfries President Callum Watson and Ex Coldstream Burns Club chairman Rob Smith

Coldstream Burns Club held their annual bridge ceremony on Sunday, commemorating Robert Burns crossing from Scotland into England for the first time on May 7, 1787.

Pictured at the ceremony at Coldstream Bridge (left to right) piper, Rob Bell, standard bearer Kenny Brodie, chairman David Douglas, secretary John Elliot, Burns Howff Club, Dumfries president Callum Watson and ex-Coldstream Burns Club chairman Rob Smith.

Following the ceremony the parade was piped along Coldstream High Street back to the Britich Legion Club where they enjoyed a dram or two in memory of Scotland’s most famous bard.