Cumbrae Burns Club held their annual Nicht Wi’ Burns as the island enjoyed a wonderful celebration of the Ayrshire Bard.

A total of 92 members and guests who attended the prestigious event in the Field Studies Council in Millport.

President Duncan MacMillan welcomed everyone and introduced the top table.

The Selkirk Grace was given by Alastair McIntyre, who also addressed the haggis.

The sum of £115 was raised and will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Society.

The Immortal Memory was given by the Rev Jonathan Fleming, who linked Burns’ words of the past to how relevant they still are today, as you look at how man continues to mistreat his fellow man.

Following the toast the president presented Jonathan with a club tie and life membership of the club.

The Toast to Cumbrae Burns Club was proposed by Willie Menzies and the Toast to Oor Guests was proposed by past president Jack Baird.

The appeal for the Burns Memorial Homes was made by Iain Gouck in his usual humorous way.

The Toast the The Guid Man in the Chair was proposed by vice-president Graeme Hamilton .

Songs and recitations throughout the evening were provided by Scott Watson and John Orr.

Sandy Forrest proposed the vote of thanks to the performers and special mention was made to the staff of the Field Studies Council for an excellent meal and service.

The evening concluded with the singing of Auld Lang Syne.

A spokesperson said: "A final word of thanks should go to Millport Motors and to the patience of the driver who safely transported everyone back to town."

The photo of the top table shows Graeme Hamilton, Rev Jonathan Fleming, Duncan MacMillan, and Willie Menzies.