Thursday, 8 October 2015

What's been happening at Thornberries?

September was a busy month here at Thornberries bar and Grill. We’ve had live performances, new items added to our menu, exciting events, parties and much more. We started the month by introducing traditional Sunday lunch to our menu, now you can come and spend a relaxing Sunday with us in the restaurant, whilst enjoying a full, traditional Sunday Lunch without having to even set foot your kitchen. Sundays are supposed to a relaxing, enjoyable time to spend with friends and family, so let us allow you to do this by doing the hard work for you.

Our marquee has been a brilliant addition, it has proved an especially popular choice for Corporate Events, Wedding Receptions, Anniversaries, Christenings and Baby Showers as well as various charity events.  - See more at: . We love hosting these parties and functions, large or small each one is different and a pleasure to take part in.

The events have been great this month as well, we’ve had live performances from various comedians and musicians, these always prove to be a great form of entertainment for our customers as well as a way of getting an audience to perform for entertainers, if you are an entertainer looking to reach a new audience you can apply via our Facebook page:

The Macmillan Coffee morning was hosted on the 2nd October, this proved to be a huge success and we must thank everybody involved. The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is a fundraising event where people all over the UK can host coffee mornings and make donations on the day to Macmillan, helping people who are suffering with cancer. The money raised exceeded everybody’s expectations. By simply dropping by for a cuppa’ people were able to have a relaxing morning, meet new people and support the brilliant work Macmillan do for people across the UK.

So what have we got planned?

Our Halloween costume party has been confirmed for the 31st of October, tickets are
available for just £2 from Thornberries. We are raising funds on the night in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society and will be hosting raffles, competitions as well as spooky themed music all night long. There will also be charity fashion event with designs by Lucy Cobb of Uppermill, here you can buy a range of clothing and accessories from their AW15 collection. There will also be a raffle at the show and a free glass of wine and nibbles with every £4 donation. To see more info about these events as well as our usual live music and entertainment, visit our website: where we regularly update you on forthcoming events and news about Thornberries.