Queensferry toddlers go mad for Rab

Jane McCormick with her son Duncan McCormick.
Jane McCormick with her son Duncan McCormick.
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Toddlers and parents donned their best tartan to celebrate Scotland’s most famous son, Robert Burns.

South Queensferry toddler group celebrated Burns Night with a special party last week.

The children sampled traditional Scottish fayre.

The children sampled traditional Scottish fayre.

The youngsters danced to some traditional Scottish music and sampled some of the finest Scottish cuisine, including haggis, shortbread and tablet – all while wearing their best tartan outfits.

Shona Hossack, one of the group’s organisers, said: “The party was a great success and the children had a ball.”

Some of the toddler group who met at South Queensferry Church for a Burns celebration. Shona Hossack is with her minded child Luisa Mclean (2) and Nicky Scott is with her minded child Emma Pailsey (4), from Kirkliston.

Some of the toddler group who met at South Queensferry Church for a Burns celebration. Shona Hossack is with her minded child Luisa Mclean (2) and Nicky Scott is with her minded child Emma Pailsey (4), from Kirkliston.

Lorna Bark with her son Cameron Bark (3) from South Queensferry.

Lorna Bark with her son Cameron Bark (3) from South Queensferry.

Hannah Tait (4) tries haggis with Jamie-Lee Paterson, Amelia Finnie (18 mths) and Amelia's Granny Carol Finnie, all from South Queensferry.

Hannah Tait (4) tries haggis with Jamie-Lee Paterson, Amelia Finnie (18 mths) and Amelia's Granny Carol Finnie, all from South Queensferry.