THE Fife Ethylene Plant hosted a series of Burns Lunches for senior citizens last week.

Lunches were held at the Mossmorran plant on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons for the communities of Cardenden (Tuesday), Cowdenbeath (Wednesday) and Auchtertool and Lumphinnans (Thursday).

Two bus loads of of senior citizens from the Cardenden area attended a Burns Lunch at the Mossmorran.

On arrival the veterans enjoyed a three course meal which was thoroughly welcomed.

Ben Sherriff, Electrical Maintenance Technician at FEP, offered the Address to the Haggis at the lunch for Cardenden veterans.

They were also treated to various Burns’ poems and then a Rabbie Burns singalong.

Before their departure back to Cardenden the senior citizens were each presented with a box of chocolates.

Spokesman for the group, Alex Burns, MBE, forwarded sincere thanks to Catherine Cubitt and her staff for organising the visit which was enjoyed by everyone who attended.

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