Cumberland Lodge opening its doors for fundraising Spring Dinner
Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park is hosting a gourmet Spring Dinner on Wednesday 19 April 2017, for members of the public to experience the building’s charm and the fine dining on offer, and to raise funds for its charitable work, which brings people together to address the causes and effects of social divisions through constructive dialogue.
The evening will start at 7pm with a sparkling wine reception, followed by a three-course meal, designed by our head chef, Robert Szewczyk. Tickets are £72 per person, including wine, and places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The deadline for bookings is 31 March 2017. To book or find out more, please contact Emma Albery or Matthew Hancock on 01784 432 316, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cumberland Lodge is a 17th century, former royal residence located in the heart of Windsor Great Park. It was once home to the Rangers of the Great Park, including Prince Christian, who married Princess Helena, third daughter of Queen Victoria.
The Lodge is home to an educational foundation founded 70 years ago in 1947, with support from King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (The Queen Mother). Its facilities are also available to hire for residential and non-residential conferences, meetings and special events.