Summer Soirée

Fast becoming one of the top nations for eating out, the UK is equally popular with celebrations to mark a magnificent moment or salivate on a special day.


Special days not only celebrate but also give recognition. Just last week, it was National Receptionists Day and it was delightful to see a picture of our smiling Sammie and make known the wonderful efforts of our own Reception team welcoming guests daily and accommodating their preferences.


A soirée is in many ways, simply a way of getting people together. In a social setting, clients and colleagues can network, communicate and celebrate each other. That direct communication beats barriers and leads to growth. In many ways our client’s happiness is our satisfaction and the Colwick formula in all is the name of TEAM, and for the third consecutive year Colwick Hall is hosting the Madness for Macmillan Charity Ball on Friday 27th September 2019. A fun packed evening as always, hosted by Iain Chambers of Gem Radio, and in support of a most worthy cause.


As we approach Summer, the season of soirées has already kickstarted with a bang. Last weekend nearly 400 Rotarians celebrated their annual dinner, dining in our Lakeside Pavilion, with an “At the Races” theme rejoicing with the Lord of the Dance menu. Timeless music was played by a band of distinction and brought nostalgic memories to octogenarians gracing the dancefloor.


In addition to guests attending dinners, balls, conferences and soirées at Colwick Hall, there is also set to be an influx in Nottingham with the imminent 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. It is always a proud moment to welcome visitors from around the globe to our City, to showcase Nottingham for its heritage and history, and dynamic hospitality offering. Celebrating sporting prowess has been a generational pastime and regardless of which sport or team spurs your attention, the excellence in endeavour is one we can all cheer, with our favourite tipple in hand. In much the same way “music, mirth and melody” was the order of the day. Today, a century later, the Colwick Hall tradition continues paying homage to Lord Byron as we delight in passionately serving you food cooked with love.


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