Wednesday, 26 November 2008
Monday, 24 November 2008
The management at the grade 1 listed manor house have done a fine job assisting the web design company with the new site, which gives them a fresh, inviting look. It is easy to use and certainly boosts the grand image that the hall deserves.
It is a pleasure being the caterers and event coordinators and the hall, every client you meet and event you do has you waiting in anticipation as their is always something different, be it the entertainment, the flower arrangements (usually by the lovely Jane of flower design http://www.flowerdesign.co.uk/) and of course the fantastic menus themed by ourselves Rowley's Catering.
It always amazes me the amount of people who you speak to about Lytham Hall, and the reply you get is "Lytham Hall....... Where?"
Well this new site will certainly throw some new light on where and what The Hall is all about.
So get visiting the site, and help to make this beautiful building an even bigger tourist attraction
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
The Former England Spin Bowler was in town for a short stay to record a documentary on a new section for the show called Local Hero's. The organisation featured was The Easterleigh Animal Sanctuary http://www.easterleigh.org.uk/index.htm which is a self funded animal rescue centre. Easterleigh relies solely on support from locals and donations to operate and is currently looking after over 100 animals. All their animals no matter how small are looked after until they can be re-homed. None of them are put down, unless a vet has advised to do so. For this great achievement they deserve the recognition.
Phil Tufnell in his cricket career, played 42 test matches and 20 one day internationals for England and over 300 first class matches. Tufnell retired from professional cricket in 2003 and since then has starred on television and radio, including shows like They think its all over, Simply the best and of course The One Show. Phil also appeared in reality television show, I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here !
To sum up, Tufnell and his film crew all enjoyed their stay at the hotel and luckily had fairly good weather for their filming.
Thursday, 13 November 2008
Although Minimalistic, The Reception area has a touch of elegance with its fantastic floral displays, and new winter picture boards. The Lighting on the fire surround finishes it well with its warm glow
Hats off to the very creative Louise, who has done a fantastic job decorating the stairs down to the Dining room. Untouched in previous years, they have now been transformed with Holly Wreaths and Classy Golden Bells. Whilst on your left is the Huge Christmas tree with Purple Baubles and Twinkling Lights, It is a Great start to Your Evening Meal.
Even the Staff and Entertainment are getting into the spirit. Pictured below Roy Kinsey (Barman Extraordnaire) & The Lovely Jackie, from 'A Touch Of Class'
The Week Starts on Christmas Eve, with a Sherry Reception before going down for a 3 course meal and Coffee. This is followed by Entertainment in the lounge from Blackpools King of Swing, Tim Mills.
On Tuesday see's Christmas Day, with a visit and a present from Santa at Breakfast. In the evening, the guests are treat to a mouthwatering Christmas Day meal with all the trimmings, Followed by Dancing and Entertainment from Tony G Ford
On Boxing Day Wednesday, the guests are given chance to explore the area, before settling down to another beautifully prepared meal before the fun starts with Bingo and Cabaret from 'A Touch of Class' With Jackies Voice and Jokes, and Brians Talented Organ Playing and Dry Whitty Humour, they make a Great Duo, which many come in just to see
Thursday is New Years Eve, The Hotel lay on Fun and Entertainment with 'Tony G Ford' During the afternoon. At night the Guests are treat to a Gala Buffet in our Dining Room, then back upstairs to take a seat to be Entertained by our Very own Scottish Diva, Donna Reid.
Four fantastic days which all enjoy. More pics to be posted as the weeks go on.
Monday, 10 November 2008
Saturday Night, Saw a special Toast and reading before Dinner, for Vera Higginson, who sadly passed away earlier in the year. Vera was an enthusiastic and happy member of the group, who everybody knew. From all the staff at the hotel also, we send our thoughts to Vera's family.The Buffet Suite, The Main Conference Room for the group
Relaxation in the Main Lounge