HAGGIS, bottles of Scotch and kilts set the scene for a successful Burns Night Supper held in Droitwich.

More than 50 people enjoyed a night of Scottish food and entertainment in celebration of Scotland's most famous poet Robert Burns.

The evening was organised by Sandy Laird for members of The Rotary Club of Droitwich Spa and their spouses and was held at St Andrew's House Hotel on Tuesday.

"It was a really good night," said the club's press officer Gordon Mellor. "We had Scottish songs, poems by Robert Burns and good food.

"Former president Sandy Laird wore a kilt as he's a Scot, and everyone joined in the spirit of the evening."

Burns Night has been a part of Scottish culture for more than 200 years now.