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Flashmob celebrates Robert Burns in Edinburgh

By Clare Carswell



The Scottish Poetry Library arranged for a public rendition of one of Robert Burns’ most famous works to be sung in public.

Peggy Hughes, the communications and events officer for the Scottish Poetry Library led the singers through fiver verses of ‘A Man’s a Man for a’ That’ outside St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile.

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