Staff at a Grantham hotel went all out to mark St Patrick’s Day, starting early with Irish breakfast – and finishing late with Guinness.
Belton Woods hosted an Irish-themed day on Friday, also featuring entertainment by a Bottesford-based Irish dancing school.
Mayor of Grantham Councillor Linda Wootten and her husband, Coun Ray Wootten, were special guests.
Hotel sales manager Nikki Cotton-Winfield said: “It was fantastic day which commenced with a traditional Irish breakfast for over 100 people, which included Grantham’s Mayor and her husband, corporate clients and our very supportive golf members.
“This was followed by the Caroline McManus School of Dancing where 24 boys and girls showcased the best of Irish dancing, a few of our guests also enjoyed a Guinness or two before they headed out for our golf competition on our Woods course, finishing off the evening with prizes and live music from Ronnie Scott in our Claret Jug bar.”
The prize presentation was given by the hotel’s new director of golf, Ben Skeet.
Nikki added: “We have received very positive feedback after the event, including how fantastic the whole team at Belton Woods handled the event. We will be looking at making this an annual event now at Belton Woods for 2018 and beyond.”