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Award winning Chef Antony Worrall Thompson comes to The Wood Norton hotel for special culinary event in The Orangery

The Wood Norton hotel, based in Worcestershire, will be opening its doors to award winning chef, Antony Worrall Thompson, as he will join diners for a four-course meal with carefully selected wines to accompany each course.
As part of the Bite 2014 Festival, Antony will be hosting the special event on Wednesday 5th February, where diners will have the opportunity to meet the English restaurateur, former celebrity chef, television presenter and radio broadcaster.


Antony Worrall Thompson commented: “Am very much looking forward to the culinary event.  Wood Norton is set in a beautiful part of the country. I’m anticipating a great evening at the hotel.  It’s super to be invited to be part of the BITE Festival”.

Craig Webb the General Manager of the hotel added: “We are really looking forward to welcoming Antony, guests have been extremely excited about the event. An award-winning chef with excellent food and wine – It looks set to be a great night.”

The event starts at 7pm, where Antony Worrall Thompson will be meeting and greeting with diners over a drinks reception before everybody sits down for their meal. There are now just a handful of tickets available. To avoid disappointment, guests are being urged to book now. Tickets are £45 per person, which includes a four-course dinner and carefully selected wines.

The evening is just one of many fantastic events that the hotel has lined up for the next few weeks. The next big event on the calendar is a special Valentines Dinner Dance in The Orangery on Saturday 15th February. The event will include a Bucks Fizz Drinks Reception followed by a candlelit Four Course Dinner and afterwards an evening of Soul & Motown by Tribute Group VJK. Tickets cost £42.50 per person.

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