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LIVE24SEVEN // Wining & Dining SWINF EN HAL L HOT E L - DINE AND S TAY Save the date for a weekend treat


Fabulous food and wine is a good start but looking for something more? Swinfen Hall, set in 100 acres of glorious park land just outside Lichfield, runs a calendar of Friday night specials throughout the year and with a 30% discount on accommodation you can turn a great night out into a weekend treat.


First on the agenda is the Jazz Supper on Friday 11th August featuring three outstanding musicians (saxophone, keyboard and bass) – all graduates from the Birmingham Conservatoire and fast-rising stars on the Midlands jazz circuit. The ticket price of £95 includes Champagne reception, six-course dinner, wines, coffee and foot-tapping live music.


The Swinfen Casino Night is on Friday 22nd September. This glamorous black-tie evening begins at 7.15 pm with a Taittinger Champagne reception – opt for classic Brut Reserve or a Champagne Cocktail. A superb six-course dinner follows and then the fun begins. All guests receive a pile of chips (not the edible sort) and as coffee and petits fours are served the casino opens for business. You won’t lose your shirt or go home with an Aston Martin, but there’s a magnum of Champagne for the highest roller! Tickets priced at £110 include the Champagne reception, six-course dinner, wines, coffee and a very sociable evening at the gaming tables.


To find out more please ring 01543 481494 or visit www.swinfenhallhotel.co.uk


SWINFEN HALL HOTEL JAZZ SUPPER – FRIDAY 11TH AUGUST


CASINO NIGHT – FRIDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER A superb six-course gourmet dinner, great wines and foot-tapping live jazz – a marriage made in heaven.


Three outstanding musicians – all fast-rising stars from the Birmingham jazz scene - Sam Craig on saxophone, David Ferris on keyboard and Stuart Barker on bass. The evening begins with Taittinger Champagne and canapés on the terrace and then it’s through to the ballroom for the main event. £95 per person


Champagne and canapés on arrival, a superb six-course dinner with an excellent flight of wines and then you hit the gaming tables. You may not win an Aston Martin, or lose your shirt, but the high roller of the evening will go home with a magnum of Champagne. The dress code is black tie and posh frocks, so hit the style button, bring out the bling and enjoy an evening of unashamed luxury and good fun. £110 per person


SWINFEN HALL HOTEL, SWINFEN NR. LICHFIELD STAFFORDSHIRE WS14 9RE TELEPHONE: (01543) 481494 www.swinfenhallhotel.co.uk


Full details including menus and wines at www.swinfenhallhotel.co.uk/events / 88


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