Glorious Goodwood, being touted as horse racing’s alternative to the Olympics, starts tomorrow in what looks set to be 5 glorious days of horse racing mixed with plenty of fashion, Champagne and strawberries! We’ve picked the highlights each day for this historic meeting.
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Summer may have finally arrived with a heat wave forecast this week, but you can never be too early to book your Six Nations hospitality! As one of the UK’s most popular and biggest supporting events, you must book early to avoid disappointment.
The top two Test sides face in each in the first of three matches this Thursday at The Oval. However it’s not just the top Test ranking that’s at stake. The prestige of being regarded as the best bowling attack is also on offer with both sides containing fierce seam-bowlers. It’s a series full of history and one that looks set to be an absolute classic!
It’s under a week now until the oldest golf major in the world, The British Open, gets underway. The whole week is one of great excitement and activity at the course with the players out on the course almost everyday honing their skills and knowledge of the course. Here’s a breakdown of the hours of play and gate opening times for the week.
A disappointing European Grand Prix needn’t dampen hopes of a superb British Grand Prix for hospitality guests. The legendary Silverstone track has been hosting Formula 1 superstars for decades and enjoys a special aura that makes entertaining clients a truly special experience.
We give another brief round up of England’s progress in 2012 and cast our eyes forward to 2013, now that the ECB have released England’s international home fixtures. New Zealand first, followed by the ICC Champions Trophy and finally the Ashes.
Tina recently organised and ran a corporate golf day at the beautiful Foxhills in Surrey. Here’s a little information on how the day went and also tips on how to run a successful corporate golf day. The devil is in the detail and so preparation is key to ensure a problem free event.
England kicked off their home international fixtures in good form this May but that hasn’t stopped a lot of people debating whether the team is being managed correctly. Many are asking should England field a full strength team or should we develop the squad?
Fashion and Royal Ascot are now synonymous, with press coverage of the attendees attire often equalling if not exceeding coverage of the actual racing. This is unsurprising given that Royal Ascot and Ladies Day in particular, is one of the most famous and popular event in the UK’s social calendar. The combination of tradition, pageantry… Read more »
With much of the public’s focus on the London 2012 Olympics, we thought it was time to remind our readers of a little tournament happening a few weeks before called Wimbledon. Usain Bolt might be talking of a 100 metres in 9.4 seconds but he hasn’t got a thing on our stats below! So enjoy… Read more »