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TIME to celebrate is the theme in January's OUT&ABOUT. In this month's edition get your kilts on and fling yourselves into the traditional Scottish dances as Claire Pitcher finds out how the Newbury & District Caledonian Society intends to celebrate New Year and Burns Night. Hoarding any Hogmanay treasures? Thomas Plant from SAS auctions highlights some of the items which could make you a wee penny or two at auction Discover the delights of the Cathedrals Express with Ellis Barker as she takes a ride back in time to Cambridge Food is an important part of the New Year celebrations and on Burns Night it's all about the haggis. Carole Elgueta tells you how to cook up the Scottish delicacy. And she savours the convivial atmosphere of the award-winning Tally Ho pub. Former St Bart's student Helen Stevenson talks to Sarah Bosley about her role as one of Marks & Spencer's two nutritionists. All this plus books, motoring, fashion, gardening, technology and the highlights of what's on in and around Newbury over the coming month. Be sure to pick up your copy, free with this week's Newbury Weekly News.      

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