Don't miss a unique opportunity to take part in the Annual Burns Supper event at Firbush Point.
On 10 -12 February 2012 we are hosting our annual Burns Supper weekend at Firbush Point Field Centre. It's a chance visit the Scottish Highlands, and to savour the hospitality of a traditional Burns Supper, that's truly authentic.
Firbush Point is the CSE Field Centre on the shores of Loch Tay. Built in Norwegian Pine, the Centre is a comfortable fully catered lodge on the shores of Loch Tay that provides courses and activities for University of Edinburgh students and staff.
As well as the piping in of the Haggis and the Immortal Memory, you'll also bear witness to our unique Address to the Vegetarian Haggis (a very witty event not to be missed). This event is very popular with international students, as well as local supporters, and is more widely available this year due to a few late cancellations.
Whilst at Firbush there will be opportunities for guided hillwalking or mountain biking, as well as kayaking and open canoeing under professional instruction, or you can simply spend your time relaxing, or exploring the local area.
The weekend starts with dinner on Friday evening (10 February) at 20.00, optional activities on Saturday, Burns Supper and Ceilidh on Saturday evening, optional activities Sunday with departure at 17.00.
There are still a few places available for late booking, at a once in a lifetime reduced price of £60.00 per person per weekend. The cost includes full board and use of equipment at Firbush.
Transport is also available at an additional cost - please ask for details at the time of booking.
For further information and to book, contact the Firbush Office.
This article was published on Jul 13, 2012