FROM bagpipes, haggis and raffle prizes, residents turned up to raise money on Burns Night celebrations.

The Rotary Club of Bracknell held a "very successful" Burns Night Dinner at the Flavell Suite in Sindlesham Court in Wokingham.

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Hundreds turned up to celebrate the evening with a traditional four course supper while raising funds for The Gurkha Welfare Trust.

Rotary members and residents enjoyed listening to Bagpipe music from the Reading Pipe Band and Ceilidh dancing organised by Alan Davis.

Attendees also purchased tickets for the grand raffle, bonus ball game and lemon rolling game.

A total of £1000 will be donated to The Gurkha Welfare Trust.

British charity, The Gurkha Welfare Trust, established in 1969 and is dedicated to the provision of aid to Gurkha ex-servicemen and their dependants in their homeland of Nepal, and increasingly in the UK.

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The charity provides financial, medical and development aid to Gurkha veterans, their families and communities.

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