All for charity - Hospitality in Action
On Sunday 9 September, trade charity Hospitality Action will return to Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire for its ninth annual Charity Polo Day.
Hospitality Action is a trade charity for the hospitality industry. On Sunday 9 September, trade charity Hospitality Action will return to Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire for its ninth annual Charity Polo Day.
The funds raised will help those most in need across the hospitality industry. Last year’s event raised over £50,000.
The Polo Day is supported by a number of local establishments including seven award-winning South West chefs; the Michelin-star Hywel Jones of Lucknam Park, the Michelin-star Niall Keating of Whatley Manor, the Michelin-star Rob Potter of The Manor House, Richard Davies of Calcot Manor, André Garrett of Cliveden House, Robby Jenks of The Vineyard, and Kris Biggs of The Rectory Hotel who will provide the day’s afternoon tea. Tickets are £105 per person or £950 for a table of 10 and include a Taittinger and canapé reception, a three course lunch and half a bottle of wine per person, grandstand seats to view the polo from and afternoon cream tea as the day draws to a close. Each of the partner hotels are also offering special rates for guests on the evening of 9 September.
More details available at www.hospitalityaction.org.uk t. 020 3004 5504
Hospitality Action, 62 Britton Street, London EC1M 5UY