and the Tasburgh Hotel held a drinks and canapés thank you reception for the sponsors and
supporters of the Silver Ring Choir of Bath and Jamie Cullum Concert taking place at the
Forum Bath on Sat 30th April.
Keeling (Reception sponsor-Tasburgh Hotel), Cllr. Sarah Bevan and Cllr. Marian McNeir MBE
Sue's daughter Antonia
created delicious canapés and Morgan Brinkhurst Consultancy co-hosted the drinks
reception with the Tasburgh Hotel.
Lee (The Clothes Horse Bath) Alice Ellis (Chairwoman Bath Business Womens Association)
The Silver Ring Choir are so
grateful to all the sponsors whose support has helped them bring together the April
Sarah Bevan, Marc Cuddihy and John Cullum
Consultancy are the main sponsors having supported the choir for 6 months with the
administration, creating sponsorship packages, reception organizing, press coverage and
promotions in the lead up to the concert.
Drinks reception sponsors - Vivien Simpson & Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst MBE
& Yvonne Cullum, Ruth McKibbin (Choir Conductor), Vivien Simpson (MBC) and Michael
Smith (Concert Co-ordinator)
Other sponsors include:
(click on the sponsors name below to visit their web site)
Investment Management Ltd
Sony Centre Bath
World Market Travel and Kuoni
Royal Crescent Hotel
The Clothes Horse of Bath
Harvard Tisdale Developments
The Bath Magazine
West Wilts Magazine
The Tasburgh Hotel:
Is a stunning boutique guest house where luxury is affordable with beautiful views across
the valley. They offer a range of tastefully decorated rooms with all the facilities that
you would expect to make your stay an
exceptionally pleasant one. Beautiful surroundings that are complemented by friendly
professional service from staff who want to ensure that you enjoy your stay.
At Tasburgh House find comfort in the stylish settings of our drawing room; where better
to relax with a newspaper and be served a fresh pot of tea.
The Hotel has a fabulous Dining Room and a stunning Conservatory where they serve award
winning breakfasts prepared with the freshest organic ingredients. Their bread is from the
local bakery and their coffee is a superb freshly ground blend. You can even squeeze your
The Garden terraces provide the perfect summer space to sit, have drinks and relax whilst
soaking up the stunning views. The Tasburgh Hotel is fully licensed with an extensive
drinks list from fine Champagne to jugs of Pimms. If you are there with a
group of four or more, they also offer gourmet evening meals, picnics in the meadow or
(weather permitting) a sensational Summer Barbecue on the terraces. Just let them know
prior to your arrival.
In addition to the formal gardens, the seven acres include a meadow park extending down to
the Kennet and Avon canal perfect for a morning stroll.