Stirring words from Scottish poet Mary Symon’s ‘Hame’ are projected onto iconic locations across the country encouraging Scots and Scots at heart to mark St Andrew’s Day on November 30.

Scottish landmarks have provided a dramatic setting to poignant lines from Scottish poet Mary Symon’s poem ‘Hame’ (St Andrew’s Day under the Southern Cross) to stir the heart strings.

Please read the full article as printed in The Scotsman.

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