Easter Sunday at my house is always a family gathering. Hopefully the weather is dry and this year we were lucky, although we have had some wet ones.
The list of guests always includes my best friend of 30 years, my husband and 3 girls, various cousins & their kids, a few aunts and uncles and a couple of very close friends. Not a large party but about 25 of us meet at my house to renew gossip and just because we love to meet up. We play silly games and the obligatory Easter egg hunt, and a lot of eating and drinking.
But here lies the problem, do I get out all my odd china, glassware & cutlery or do I get it from Adams Catering Hire? It’s a no-brainer! Adams Catering Hire makes it so simple; they can help you get event hire for your function. 30 large plates/small plates & bowls
30 knives, forks & spoons
50 tumblers and 50 wine glasses
10 serving plates & bowls and serving cutlery
30 linen napkins (so much nicer than paper)
And, an extra fridge – it’s been a hot Easter and it kept the beer and wine cool.
They will deliver, collect & even WASH UP. All you do after the party is put the equipment back in the specially designed boxes. It’s just so easy!
This all meant that on the day I had all the right equipment, all to hand, no searching for an extra plate for an extra guest or having to wash up a glass before you could have a drink.
Adams Catering Hire can provide just the basic equipment like mine for a few guests or for a huge banquet for 1000’s of guests.
So, for your next little party – give Adams a call – we can provide event hire in London for you too.
Aitch Group organised a Charity Gala Dinner & Dance at Chigwell Hall on Saturday 11th September 2010. Held in the marquee in the grounds of this beautiful old building, guests were entertained in true old fashioned style.
It all started with a Full Military Tattoo and champagne reception and followed by a superb menu prepared by local Caterers, Ashbys and with a signature dish that was created by Anthony Worral-Thompson.
Music was provided by Bootleg Beatles and a celebrity compere entertained everyone immensely.
Aiming to raise £125,000 for two very worthy charities: ‘The Rifles Regimental Trust: Care for Casualties Appeal’ and ‘The Warrior Programme’, the event was a great way to do it.
Proceeds from the Help the Heroes gala will benefit ‘The Rifles Regiment Care For Casualties Appeal’ and ‘The Warrior Programme’.
An Auction was held and there was even a tank up for auction.
The Garden Museum, ‘one of London best small museums’ says The Daily Telegraph.
Situated by the River Thames and next to Lambeth Palace, The Garden Museum provides the perfect location for wedding receptions, corporate events and dinners.
The Museum’s garden provides a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of central London and is an ideal setting for a pre-dinner drinks reception or a barbeque and Adams Catering Hire continues to provide equipment for the many Caterers recommended by the Museum
The Garden’s focal point is the beautiful 17th Century inspired knot garden, which creates the perfect romantic setting for wedding photography.
The Thames Revival celebrates vintage glamour, classic boats and the golden days of sailing.
For one weekend only, enjoy the opportunity to step back in time by entering St Katharine Docks to marvel at a full display of historic vessels, and get into the spirit of things by dressing to suit your favourite maritime era. Admire hearty fishing smacks, rub gunwales with the finest racing yachts, and hear the tooting of a steam tug as it punctuates the silky purrings of upriver motor launches.
In Centre Basin there are all sorts of things to watch, from a ‘Row of War’ to boating demonstrations. Ashore, you can find a variety of maritime stalls displaying traditional things such as boat-building skills, or take the time to soak up the atmosphere in one of the many bars and restaurants with waterside view.
Two boats in particular have made epic voyages to arrive at the Thames Festival and should not be missed. The Fryderyk Chopin, the biggest sailing boat of its type in the world, will be moored at St Katharine’s Pier having set sail from Poland in June. And artist Filip Jonker will sail into port from the Netherlands in De Furie, the first man to make the journey in a tugboat made entirely from cardboard.
What a fantastic looking chair. Guaranteed to provoke comments like ‘WoW‘ at your next event.
This chair came onto the event scene about a year ago and has proved to be an outstanding winner in every catagory. From a smart summer wedding to a nightclub, the crystal ice chair can provide the look thats needed to look fresh and awe inspiring. As with many chairs the seat pads are inter changeable from ivory faux leather, to a large choice of plain colours to match your theming.
The chairs are injection moulded from a polycarbonate resin which is incredibly strong, yet it allows a certain amount of flex to give added comfort compared to wooden and metal alternatives. They are also
completely translucent which means their appearance can be transformed when subjected to different lighting effects
100% waterproof so they can be used outdoors (not the seat pads though)
Dress them up with a few simple flowers to look fresh and clean or put a spotlight on to jazz it up and make it shine. Its your choice, but whatever you do its sure to outshine its nearest neighbour the gilt banqueting chair. So if you need chair hire and you want something to talk about, call Adams Catering Hire, and get the chair that dreams are made of.
LONDON’S NOTTING HILL CARNIVALAugus 29th & 30th 2010
Notting Hill Carnival is London’s most vibrant celebration of diversity, colour and sound.Started in 1964, the Notting Hill Carnival has become an internationally acclaimed event which remains true to its Caribbean roots and over the last four decades, it’s matured into a melting pot of diverse cultural and musical genres that come together in modern West London streets.
Today it’s Europe’s largest street festival with hundreds of thousands of regular visitors enjoying live Masquerade bands, Soundsystems, street food, dancing and much more.
It has an extremely wide and varied range of events going on over the weekend
On Sunday it is Childrens DayThis is the beginning of Carnival with its famous parade of steel bands, dancers, floats & sound systems. There’s a multitude of stalls offering food and drink from all over the world and to suit everyones taste.
And on the Bank Holiday Monday it is the main day. Again the world famous parade with dancers and more.
Adams Catering Hire are pleased to help out many of the stalls providing food with our range of gas equipment including BBQ’s, gas rings and ovens, also furniture for those tired and weary souls entertaining you in the parade.
Lets hope the weather stays fine.
Don’t forget, if you have an event which needs catering equipment or furniture hire, calls Adams, 0870 300 6000