18 Oct 2011 No Comments
Guests at the Lodore Falls Hotel ‘Black and White Charity Ball’, on 8th October, followed the black and white dress code and dined on black and white food at the event which raised over £2,900 in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
Head Chef Mike Ward created a colourful black and white themed menu which included Halibut served on Black Squid Ink Tagliatelle and a dessert called Ebony and Ivory – white and dark chocolate mouse with a duo of chocolate sauces.
As well as music and dance, there were casino tables and a charity auction and raffle which included breaks at the hotel, the Selkirk Arms inScotlandand a tour of the M-Sport factory at Dovenby.
Tanya Sentance, Sales Manager at the Lodore Falls hotel said “It was fun to dress the Garden Suite in such a dramatic way. We had black and white candles and table décor; people really got into the spirit of the theme. Everyone was very generous, the atmosphere was fantastic and we were thrilled to raise so much for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research – it is such a worthwhile cause and one close to our hearts because our General Manager Stephen Johnson, lost his bother to the terrible disease earlier this year.”
Anyone interested in finding out more about organising charity events at the Lodore Falls Hotel should contact Tanya Sentance on 017687 77285 or visit www.lakedistricthotels.com.