Tuesday, 27 April 2010

St Georges Day Festival Saturday 24th April

Saturday 24th April
Rowley's were on hand to cater the St Georges Black Tie Ball. The 2nd part of the St Georges Weekend festival.

This time 400 people descended on Lytham for an evening of entertainment and great hospitality
And wow they were in for a great evening

The massive Marquee from Ck of Kirkham
was once again dressed to its best. Coronet hire had gone to town with some very Chic crockery fitting for the event. Whilst more flowers were brought in for the extra tables from Zime Design.

In the backgrounds Team Rowley's were working hard to get the 400 Smoked Salmon starters prepared ready for service

Cuffe & Taylor Event Management were once again on hand to look after the stunning state of the art sound and lighting system.

The Hooper Band were on site early to warm up and get all the sound checks sorted

The North Wests Finest Swing Singer Howard Wing was first on stage, for the Champagne and Canape reception and Meal

Mixing with the Crowds.... Howard with Dawn Attewell and Family of
Therapy House, St Annes

Just before food was served, The Band of The Kings Regiment
Played a Fitting performance outside the Marquee for all to watch

Inside Team Rowley's front of house were looking as fantastic as ever and getting in a last minute photo shoot before everybody sat down

To Start was a Mouthwatering Smoked Salmon Starter with Cream Cheese and Garden Herb Pate, Served with Balsamic Syrup and Phils Bakery Walnut Bread

This was followed by Roast Sirloin of Beef with all the trimmings

For dessert a fantastic Blackcurrant and Raspberry Torte with Fresh Berrys and Woodland Berry Coulis

To finish, Platters of Cheese and Biscuits, Freshly Brewed Coffee with Chocolates and Pieces of Roly's Of Lytham Fudge - You need to check the Vanilla Flavour its addictive !

The Marquee was set to Intimate mood lighting during the Meal
A fantastic setting

Peter Taylor from Cuffe & Taylor
Enthusiastically leads his table in the patriotic singing

The Celebrations could be heard from miles around the colossal site

James Booker from Lytham Breweries was on hand to keep an eye on the drinks

It was not long after the meal and singing was over that the fantastic Hooper Band had everybody up dancing with music from every era.

The Crowds rocking to the Sounds of The Killers and Kings of Leon

Hands In The Air !!!!

And after all their hard work. Tracey Whalley and Philip Aindow get chance to relax. Without them the event would not have even gone ahead... A well deserved dance guys !

1 comment:

Hotels in St Annes said...

Wow - excellent event! Of course the next St George's Day event is just around the corner - just a few weeks away!