A LEADING restaurant is set to cater for the Fylde Coast’s biggest music concert.
Twelve, in Thornton, will be providing a culinary feast for the VIPs at this summer’s Lytham Proms based on different themes throughout the three-night event.
At a VIP launch of the Proms’ hospitality, restaurant director Caroline Upton said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been invited to be this year’s partners of Lytham Proms. We absolutely relish the thought of being involved in what we know is going to be a very super event.”
Twelve, based at Marsh Mill, opened 13 years ago, and boasts two AA rosettes. Four years ago it began outside catering.
Daniel Cuffe, of Lytham Proms organiser Cuffe and Taylor, said: “We picked Twelve because we knew it was a quality brand and they have an excellent reputation.
“We are really looking forward to working with them.”
In a special VIP package for the proms festival, guests will be treated to an 80s menu to complement music from the era’s top performers, including Jason Donovan and Tony Hadley, on the Friday evening.
Against Saturday’s performers Russell Watson and Britain’s Got Talent finalists Jonathan and Charlotte guests will enjoy a decadent meal including cheese and biscuits in the interval, and for Sunday’s headline act, guests will be treated to street food, including a hog roast and Mexican and piri-piri stalls.
Fylde mayor, Coun Heather Speak, said: “This is all very exciting and will be great for the economy of Lytham and St Annes.”
Lytham Proms is on August 2 to 4, for more information visit www.lythamproms.co.uk.