‘Belfast’s Bonnie Burns’

This evening guests from the Ulster-Scots community and beyond were joined by the new Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey for the launch of a new publication ‘Belfast’s Bonnie Burns’.

Belfast has a unique relationship with Robert Burns, as the first place beyond Scotland where his work was published; home to members of his family; and home of the largest collection of Burns material in the world outwith Scotland, which is held in the Linenhall Library.

Pictured with the Minister is Ian Crozier, Chief Executive Ulster- Scots Agency and the High Sheriff of Belfast, DUP Councillor Nicola Verner.

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