Relatives of former patients to host a Burns Night Ceilidh in aid of the Harefield Healing Garden

Following a very successful and entertaining evening in January of this year, relatives of former patients, Rosie Pope and Catherine Perry will be hosting another Burns Night Ceilidh on Saturday 25th January 2020 at the Beacon School in Amersham. 

Guests will be in for a night of dancing courtesy of Scottish band Craigievar, followed by whisky tasting. Your ticket also includes a traditional Burns Night supper, with the essential haggis, neeps and tatties!

Funds raised from the event will go towards the Harefield Healing Garden, founded by Rosie Pope with support from our Charity, to create a calm and therapeutic space that aids physical and mental wellbeing for patients and provides respite for them, their families and staff at Harefield Hospital.

Attending the Burns Night Ceilidh

Tickets are limited and sold first-come, first-served, so get in quick to avoid missing out! To purchase your tickets please contact Rosie and Catherine at [email protected]. An event flyer can be viewed here.

Both tables and individual tickets are available. Dress code is dancing shoes and a touch of tartan if you wish.

Find out more about the Healing Garden or donate to this very worthy cause.