A rosé outlook for Lytham Hall after event success

Prosecco, champagne, gin, cocktails and craft ales flowed at a special outdoor event at the historic Lytham Hall.

Tuesday, 12th June 2018, 1:12 pm
Updated Tuesday, 19th June 2018, 5:49 pm
From left: Kirsten Squire, Caroline Baddley, Diane Muckle and Julie Jones.

‘Sparkling Prosecco events’ which holds events around the country, came to Lytham Hall over the weekend.

As well as 20 different sorts of prosecco, there was a gin bar with gins and gin based cocktails.

There was live music from a Tina Turner tribute act and others , a DJ and food on offer.

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A spokesman for Lytham Hall said: “The Prosecco event was certainly well attended and seemed a huge success.

“Hundreds upon hundreds of people attended and were entertained by a multitude of artistes. It created much needed revenue for our hall and helps with the conservation work of this fabulous building.”

Lytham Hall has been Lytham Town Trust’s main concern for the last decade since the Hall and the 
surrounding 78 acres of parkland were bought after British Aerospace ensured the purchase by gifting £1m.

This project has been the Trust’s main concern for the last decade and has attracted other partners, notably 
the Heritage Trust for the North West, which, in 1998, took over the management 
of Lytham Hall on a 99-year lease.