A HELENSBURGH man recently performed two key roles at a prestigious Burns supper in London.

Graham Hill travelled to the Caledonian Club in Belgravia to recite Tam o' Shanter and propose the Immortal Memory to Scotland's National Bard.

Other guests at the supper included SNP MP Carol Monaghan, who gave the reply on behalf of the lassies.

Famous members of the club include actor Sir Sean Connery and current Scotland football manager Alex McLeish.

Graham, a school teacher by trade, is the current vice-president and secretary of Helensburgh Burns Club.