More than 150 people revelled in the memory of one of Scotland’s favourite sons as members of the SNP’s Eastwood branch staged their annual Burns Supper.

Saturday’s event took place at the Redhurst Hotel, in Giffnock, and was the 51st time it had been staged.

In addition to traditional fayre such as haggis, neeps and tatties, as well as clottie dumpling, guests were treated to a number of speeches and some Scottish music.

Cabinet Secretary for Finance Derek Mackay, who is also the MSP for Renfrewshire North and West, delivered the Toast to the Lassies, with Joanna Cheery QC, who is MP for Edinburgh South West, delivering the reply.

Other politicians from across the country were also in attendance.

Councillor Colm Merrick, who represents Giffnock and Thornliebank on East Renfrewshire Council, said it was a night to remember.

He added: “This was an outstanding evening, bringing people from across Scotland to Giffnock.

“It’s success is a testament to the hard work of those who have spent months planning.

“Many thanks to them and to our guests, who thoroughly enjoyed the evening.”