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Luxury Warwickshire hotel team to pay Coventry business parks a visit

Coombe Abbey Christmas Cheer
Coombe Abbey is busy spreading Christmas cheer early this year as the venue’s medieval ladies plan to visit Coventry’s businesses over the first half of September.
The merry medieval ladies will be handing out mirth, merriment and mince pies as they pay each of the city’s business parks a seasons greeting on September 8 and 9.

The team will be joined by Santa and his sleigh in the Christmas celebrations, as they spread the word about the hotel’s 12 Days of Christmas events package on offer to families, friends and businesses this yuletide. The popular Warwickshire hotel is staging a Christmas events programme which runs from November 22 onwards and is designed to suit the budgets and tastes of every guest. This year’s festivities will offer all the tinsel, turkey and trimmings with events ranging from murder mystery evenings, party packages, festive lunches, medieval banquets and New Year’s Eve extravaganzas. The voice of Coventry, Free Radio’s JD, will also be hosting various events over the course of December, stepping up celebrations by providing the music and entertainment. Guests can also rejoice the festive season with afternoon tea and finger sandwiches from November onwards, while the hotel team’s charm visitors with traditional Christmas carols. Ron Terry, general manager of Coombe Abbey Hotel, said: “This year’s programme promises to be even more fun-packed and festive than ever before. “Every year our Christmas programme sells out quicker than the one previous – most of last year’s dates were fully booked by the end of September. “To ensure businesses don’t miss out this year, Santa and our Christmas team will be touring the city’s business parks in September to promote the festive events programme – so be sure to pop over and say hello.”

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