Watching the weather forecast all week, I wondered if the garden party would be wonderful or a wash out.
Summer is a little hit and miss at the moment in the UK – you can’t leave the house without taking both umbrella and sunglasses. However, fortune smiled upon us and sent some sunshine between the clouds.
The High Field is a gastro pub that always delivers fabulous food in a friendly and stylish setting (click here if you’d like to read about my previous experience). And I was excited to attend their garden party especially when I heard that The Glamophones were performing.
We sat by the fire pit and relaxed with a beverage of the alcoholic kind…
There was a selection of games to play…
…food to be eaten picnic style (with your fingers!)
We even had time for a card trick or two…
…and finally enjoyed the ladies performance of 40’s classics and modern pop songs all sung with beautiful harmonies in their unique vintage style.
It was a fabulous afternoon full of good company, great food and glamorous gals.
Here’s to a Summer of more of the same (fingers crossed!).
Tell me – what’s your idea of a great garden party? Who would you invite – real or imaginary; alive or dead?
Let me know in the comments below…
22 Highfield Road
This event was open to the general public and I did not receive any reward for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own and all photographs were taken by me unless otherwise stated.
4 thoughts on “Not Your Average Garden Party @The HighField”
You have a lovely blog! I love the ladies picture performing 🙂
Thank you for stoping by! I’m glad to connect!
Thanks for your comment – it’s good to connect with like minded people. It’s what makes my tribe awesome 🙂
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I have come to the conclusion that British summers are now of the rain sodden type. Here in the north west anyway. But I’m more concerned about the winters-my favourite season. We’ve hardly had any snow the last few years in Manchester. I’ve told my wife if we get none this year we are moving further north. “Good luck” she said.
I know the feeling – we were very lucky that we only saw clouds, no actual wet stuff 🙂
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