Hog Roast Helmsley Prepares For A Red Nose Day Gala!

In 1988, the world witnessed the birth of something truly special – Red Nose Day. What started as a humble initiative has blossomed into a global phenomenon, uniting communities and transforming lives through the power of charity. This year, on March 15th, Hog Roast Helmsley has the honour of participating in a local charity gala in support of this incredible cause.

At Hog Roast Helmsley, we’ve always believed in giving back to our community. So when the opportunity arose to contribute to Tim’s charity gala, we jumped at the chance. Having worked with Tim in the past, we know his dedication to creating unforgettable events that make a real difference. And we’re thrilled to be part of his vision once again!

The gala promises to be a night to remember, with entertainment lined up for Tim’s 375 guests. From live music performances to stand-up comedy and luxurious raffle prizes, there’s something for everyone. And when the doors open at 6 pm, our serving staff will be there to welcome guests with a delightful array of refreshments and canapés.

Hog Roast HelmsleyOur menu for the evening reflects our commitment to quality and variety. From handmade gourmet sausages and roasted halloumi and tomato crostini to smoked Scottish salmon and roasted duck, every bite will be a testament to our passion for food. As for the main course, guests can look forward to indulging in a five-star buffet featuring whole-roasted free-range pork with crackling, stuffing and applesauce, sirloin of English beef with Yorkshire puddings and red wine gravy, and delicious grilled vegetable skewers with optional halloumi.

Of course, no meal is complete without having something sweet to sink your teeth into. So, our team will be serving up vacherins of strawberries with passion fruit cream and profiteroles, ensuring that every guest leaves with a smile on their face.

As Hog Roast Helmsley gears up for the Red Nose Day charity gala, we’re reminded of the power of coming together for a common cause. It’s a reminder that no matter how big or small our actions may seem, they have the potential to make a difference in the lives of others.