A sensational lunch with prized sporting legends for Hospitality Action

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 23rd October 2014
Matt Dawson MBE Rugby legend Matt Dawson MBE entertained guests last week,  at the first Hospitality Action Sporting Legends Lunch. The charity dinner raised over £60,000 and took place in the Jumeirah Carlton Tower. Hosted by TV anchor Mark Durden-Smith, the evening consisted of a live auction and anecdotes from various sports superstars including Derek Redmond, John Conteh, Matthew Hoggard MBE and Willie Thorne. The charity’s chief executive Penny Moore said: “Our Sporting Legends Luncheon proved to be a fantastic afternoon of entertainment, raising a staggering amount of money for the charity." The funds raised ensured the charity has the vital resources needed to help those in the industry that need it the most. Fundraising activities included a live auction hosted by Willie Thorne, with many star lots. Principal items included a three-course dinner with wine at Tom Kerridge’s Hand and Flowers for two, together with an overnight stay, and a tour package to the Masters 2015 in the USA.Hospitality-Action Hospitality Action’s last event of the year is on Monday, December 1. A Star-Filled Christmas Dinner will feature Nathan Outlaw, Eric Lanlard and Simon Hulstone. They are combining their experience, talent and love of food at this special celebration which will take place at Brasserie Joël within the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 23rd October 2014

A sensational lunch with prized sporting legends for Hospitality Action