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Creel Inn Burns Supper 2007 [Sold Out]

Catterline Burns SupperCatterline Gala and The Creel Inn presents...

The Catterline Burns Supper, featuring a whisky tasting, traditional fare, songs, recitals and music of the Immortal Bard, plus much more.

Thursday 25th January 2006. 7.00 for a 7.30 start.

Tickets will go on sale at the Creel Inn Cocktail Evening, and thereafter will be available from Gala Committee members. Demand is expected to be very high and supply will be limited, so there will be a maximum of two tickets per person. Get your tickets as soon as you can to avoid disappointment.

Update : All 70 tickets have been sold, and there is now a waiting list in case any become available. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact the website or a member of the gala committee. Similarly, if you have spare tickets, please let us know so we can refund the money and pass them on to someone else.

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Hammer Hall Humbles The Lord

Hammer Hall does a load of good for his points position with his first win of the season.
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Ian and Angus share the honours

Three DartsIan ‘the dart’ dominated last night’s match with two fabulous games - a five and a four dart finish. First to be overwhelmed was the Lord of the Arrows, Byron, who barely had a chance to don his shirt when he was unceremoniously sent back to the bar to get in the next round. Ian set off with a double and continued to score. Byron got off the mark too but when Ian returned to the board he finished with two more darts! That was a taste of things to come.
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McKibbens throw true at latest Darts night!

 The Lord of the Arrows made his first appearance at the Creel’s darts evening yesterday - accompanied by his brother - and donned his lucky shirt to aid his throwing skills. The McKibben pair ended up winning both matches in a closely fought competition.
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Celtic Chords Christmas Session

Come on down and enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional music session.
I will almost certainly be there, and will attempt to stay sober long enough to murder the five tunes I can play on my whistle.
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