More than 150 people attended a traditional Burns Night supper at a village hall.

The popular annual event took place at Silver End Village Hall on Saturday, February 3.

A total of 170 people enjoyed a sit-down feast of haggis, neeps and tatties.

There was energetic dancing to the tunes of The Music Makers, and during the interval several sets of highland reels were played by four pipers and a drummer.

Resident Jon Macrae lead the event as Master of Ceremonies.

Ann Kerr, one of the organisers, said: "It was a brilliant evening as it always is.

"The event has been going for nearly 30 years now and it is very popular.

"It has become a tradition in the villages and we get the same people coming back to support it every year."