X Factor love it or loathe it?
X Factor now seems part of the Christmas build up and there is always some X Factor gossip on the news, so there is no getting away from it. You have heard the old saying, that if you can’t beat them join them.
Rugby World Cup 2011
Get ready for the big boys at your establishment as hundreds of strapping rugby lads from around the world bump shoulders and heads in the sporting event of the year, The Rugby World Cup. You need to be prepared for the long haul game if you want to stay the distance – 9th September to the final on 23rd October - so take a look at these crowd pleasing ideas to keep your punters coming back through the doors time and time again.
Royal Wedding-Time to Celebrate!
Everyone loves a wedding and for the hospitality trade it’s a double celebration, having four bank holidays in two weeks! The opportunities with having St George’s Day, Easter, Royal Wedding and a May bank holiday in two weeks are endless. Enterprise Inns have launched their own website to celebrate the Great British PUB-LIC holiday. Make the most of the extended licensing hours for 30th April to 1st May with a 1am closing time. We have put some ideas together to help your party go with a bang.
Father’s day does not seem to get the same attention as Mother’s Day. May be it is because dads are usually harder to buy for. You may need some extra help in planning a special day for the dads. Read on if you are need of some inspiration.
British Food Fortnight 17th September- 2nd October 2011
Get ready for this annual event. There are lots of things happening all over the country to celebrate and promote British food. Schools and caterers and the hospitality sector will all be making sure that they provide good British food on the menu. How do you get involved? Visit the lovebritish food.co.uk website to find out more.
British Cheese Week - 24th September to 2nd October
Join in the celebrations of British cheese. Why not host your own cheese and wine party or just add some tasty cheese dishes to your existing menu? Read our guide to help you give your customers a slice of the action.
British Food Fortnight 27th July - 12th August 2012
Now in its 11th Year. The event this year is embracing its red, white and blue colours to bring you the very best way of celebrating British food, So don't put away your bunting just yet, get ready for this annual event. There are lots of things happening all over the country. Schools and caterers and the hospitality sector will all be making sure that they provide good British food on the menu. How do you get involved? Visit the lovebritish food.co.uk website to find out more.