Burns believers;Jotter;Back Paige

29th January 1999 at 00:00
Among Burns supper celebrants were a party of sixth-formers and their teachers from Kent. Rabbie's works appear as "diverse cultures" in the A-level syllabus, so Scots-born teacher Steven Clark took his enthusiastic St John's School students to the Glasgow Haggis Club where they joined 200 others bashing at the neeps and tatties.

As Clark says: "Gravesend seems as appropriate a place as any for Tam o'Shanter fanciers."

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