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City in Bloom Gold Award for Lichfield

We are absolutely delighted that Lichfield won Gold in the City in Bloom awards this year and very proud of our fantastic grounds staff pictured above with the Lady Mayor Janice Greaves.  The judges listed in their Areas of Achievement “The gardens and grounds of Swinfen Hall Hotel, a special mention to Head Gardener, Scott
Head Chef Ryan cooking 100-day aged Longhorn beef with shitake mushrooms, soy and lettuce at the sixth Lichfield Food Festival which took place over the bank holiday weekend amid blue skies and soaring temperatures.  Over 100 stands lined the city centre promoting good food, local produce and home brews.  Record numbers turned out to enjoy
The AA has named Staffordshire as the second-best county in England when it comes to hospitality and we were delighted that the Daily Mail chose  Swinfen Hall to illustrate their online report.  The AA ranked the country’s 47 regions across a wide range of criteria and although the South-East took two of the top three
Singing legend and TV personality, Tony Hadley, made his first visit to the Lichfield Festival this month after becoming a patron earlier in the year. The Spandau Ballet singer and I’m A Celebrity star was a guest at Swinfen Hall where he enjoyed an evening of music, wine and anecdotes in the company of wine critic
Booking has now opened for the 36th annual Lichfield Festival which runs from Friday 7th July through to Saturday 15th July. The Festival opens with the Halle Orchestra in the cathedral playing Beethoven, Strauss and Rachmaninov and American comedian Rich Hall in the Garrick Theatre musing over the current state of play in the US.
Michael Kenyon (right), our Banqueting Manager and erstwhile charity czar, handed over a cheque for £,2174 to Jon Thicket the Head Teacher at Saxons Hill Academy in Lichfield – the results of our annual carol concert and a raffle organised by the hotel staff. Swinfen has had an on-going relationship with Saxons Hill over a
The 10th Lichfield Literature Festival takes place in venues across the city from the Wednesday 1st to Sunday 5th July. From cutting edge science to history to fact and fiction there are award-winning authors to inspire and entertain. Hear about the race to crack the genetic code – Matthew Cobb interweaves science, biography and anecdote
Swinfen Hall scooped it’s second major award in as many months, after being named Hotel of the Year at the 2016 Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism Awards this week. The event, which took place at Alton Towers, was attended by over 150 representatives of the regional tourist industry and was compered by BBC Radio and Television presenter
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