We’re ending the year with a bang, in the shape of our inaugural Horse Shoe’s Dinner.

Taking place on 3rd November 2023, our formal evening dinner will give guests the opportunity to enjoy a sumptuous 3-course formal dinner in a unique and historic location- The Great Hall of Oakham Castle.

The Great Hall is the finest surviving example of Norman domestic architecture in Europe. It was built between 1180 and 1190. The surviving structure is the impressive Great Hall of the Castle, where banquets and courts would have been held.

Oakham Castle is famed for its for its unique collection of over 230 ornate ceremonial horseshoes donated by Peers of the Realm (Royalty and nobility such as Dukes, Marquis’, Earls, Viscounts, Barons and Bishops). The Great Hall is also decorated with a range of 12th century sculptures both inside and out, which are believed to have been carved by masons who had worked at Canterbury Cathedral.

We believe in celebrating success, so our end of year banquet is the perfect opportunity to bring along your colleagues and guests for an evening of great wine and food, all set in an historic and visually stunning location.

This event promises to be a fun-filled evening, where you will be able to network, celebrate and enjoy what we hope has been an exceptional year.

We are limited to just 60 places, and tickets are charged at £75 per person, so please book your tables and tickets early.

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