What a lovely wedding on Saturday, and the weather held out again!! Some great feedback from the Bride & Groom plus we got to try out our new picnic style starter!
Well we have been very busy bees this month with 6 weddings throughout Hampshire, Surrey and London, alongside our corporate work. Believe it or not, although the weather has been typically British, the guests and we have managed to stay out of the way of the rain when it was most important?
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Last month Red Herring attended the Wessex Salon Culinaire competition at Brockenhurst college to lend a hand with judging. It was a brilliant day seeing what some of the greatest young chefs had to offer, their food was exquisite and the attention to detail of their dishes was admirable. It was a real pleasure and look forward to working alongside some very talented young chefs within the catering industry!
We have entered The 2013 Wedding Industry Awards – The only independent, national wedding industry awards. They are voted for solely by past-clients of the wedding suppliers who have entered. This, together with the rigorous judging process and expert judging panel ensures that the results of these awards have real meaning for entrants and anyone who is organising a wedding and looking for the best wedding suppliers.
Another busy weekend, we were in Burley for Georgina and Will’s wedding in Burley on Saturday. Luckily the weather was kind and that horrible rain we have been having disappeared for the day. A fabulous day was had by all…..
On Wednesday evening we assisted the launch of Redmayne Engineering’s new offices in Lymington, 130 guests attended the event which was a huge success for the company.
Last Friday we travelled up to beautiful Hertfordshire to Theobald’s Park where we catered for the lovely Sarah & Andrew, the new Mr & Mrs Farmer!
Wow, what a busy couple of weeks! Starting with last Saturday we catered for the Naomi House & jacksplace ‘Fifty4fifty’ charity ball in Brockenhurst. Steve Radjen decided he wanted to raise £50,000 in his fiftieth year by tackling ‘The Marathon des Sables’. This mammoth task was 150 miles, equivalent to over five marathons, in six days across the blistering sands of the Sahara Desert. Carrying everything he needs to survive in temperatures of over 40 degrees – this is known as the Toughest Foot Race in the World!
We are back into wedding season now and this year has started with a bang! We were lucky with the weather, compared to the forecast anyhow, and a great day was had by all it seems. It’s always a pleasure coming into the office on a Monday morning to a really lovely email……..