Join Friends for James Watt Supper

The Friends of Kinneil charity is hosting a special evening on Friday, January 18, 2013, to celebrate the life and works of James Watt (born January 19, 1736).

Watt carried out early works at Kinneil Estate to develop an improved steam engine. (Find out more at www.kinneil.org.uk/jameswatt)

At this special event, we’ll hear about Watt’s legacy, drink a toast to his success and get contributions from Friends members. We’ll also enjoy a typical Scottish meal from the 18th century:

  • Scotch Broth (Vegetarian Stock);
  • Salamagundi (Cold Meat Salad) or Salmon;
  • Steamed Pudding.

The event is being held at

St. Mary’s Church Hall
St. Mary of the Assumption Church,
Linlithgow Road, Bo’ness,
EH51 0DP (starting at 7 p.m.)

PLEASE NOTE: This event is only open to Friends of Kinneil Members, their guests, and guests invited by the charity. It is not a public event. If you are not a member of The Friends of Kinneil, but would like to join and attend this event, visit www.kinneil.org.uk/friends

Each member will pay just £7.50 a head for the night – not bad for a three course meal and entertainment.

There will also be a fundraising raffle for the charity. If you’d like to donate any unwanted, unopened Christmas gifts, just contact us by email or phone (details below).

If you’d like to book tickets – please email: info@kinneil.org.uk stating the full names of each attendees – or call Maria Ford on 01506 510629. Cheques, made payable to “The Friends of Kinneil” should be sent to James Watt event, The Friends of Kinneil, 16 Craigallan Park, Bo’ness.

Maria can also give information to non-members about joining the charity and attending the event.

As well as the meal, we’ll provide some soft drinks on the night. But please bring your own bottle (if you’d like alcoholic drinks).

If you are vegetarian or have special dietary requirements, please email or call us.

Organised by The Friends of Kinneil – a registered Scottish charity – Charity Registration Number: SC038368. www.kinneil.org.uk/friends

Pictured above right: James Watt’s Cottage at Kinneil Estate, Bo’ness, from a Victorian book.