HE WAS the humble ploughman’s son whose ability to capture the Zeitgeist of 18th century Scotland through the medium of poetry and song carved a legacy which continues to shine bright two centuries on.
Robert Burns voted as public’s National Trust ‘Great Scot’
National bard Robert Burns has been voted the public’s ‘Great Scot’, securing more than twice the votes of his nearest rival, accordin gto a poll conducted at its visitor centres by the National Trust for Scotland.
Glasgow Central releases info in Scots to promote Bard
Passengers to Ayr got their travel information in Scots for the first time at Central Station this week, as part of a push by the National Trust for Scotland to promote its Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.