You can now make reservations for lunch at Peter Harrison’s pop-up restaurant during Art for Cure at Glemham Hall this early May bank holiday. Early booking recommended.
Peter and his team will be serving delicious lunches from Saturday 30th April through to Monday 2nd May and reservations can be made from 12 noon until 2.30pm each day. Peter says, “I am delighted and honoured to be able to support and work with Art For Cure within my local community and landscape”.
We are expecting the lunches to be extremely popular and as there is going to be very limited availability on the day, we strongly recommend booking online now to avoid disappointment.
Goats cheese fattoush salad
Seared venison loin, seasonal slaw, damson dressing
Lowestoft Anchor Smokehouse hot smoked salmon, pickled cucumber, sweet mustard dill dressing
Seared Red Poll skirt steak, Parmentier potatoes, red onion salsa salad
Fillet of sea bream, sprouting broccoli, new potatoes, lemon butter sauce
Roasted butternut squash, quinoa and bulgar wheat salad, minted red onions, pomegranate dressing
Chocolate raspberry and praline tart with crème fraiche
Vanilla pannacotta, rhubarb, black sesame and ginger brittle
Baron Bigod Cheese from Fen Farm Dairy, biscuits, prune and walnut loaf
Main course £15, dessert £6 or 2 courses for £20, 3 courses £25
Picnic lunch boxes
Perfect for a picnic in the beautiful gardens of Glemham Hall, we are also offering a variety of delicious lunch boxes which are available to pre-order now.
Taste of Spain £8 – Serrano ham, aged Manchego, pear and Marcona almond salad, pitted Gordal olives, mini breadsticks.
Vegetarian £8 – Quinoa and bulgur wheat salad, feta cheese, grilled Mediterranean-style vegetables, tahini lime dressing, mini breadsticks.
Smoked Salmon £8 – Lowestoft Anchor Smokehouse hot smoked salmon, Pump St Bakery rye bread, pickled cucumber, sweet mustard dressing.
Children’s Lunch Box £7 – Ham or cheese roll, carton of apple or orange juice, grapes, hummus and carrot sticks, shortbread biscuit.
About Art for Cure 2016
After the hugely successful 2014 Art for Cure Exhibition, the organisers Belinda Gray and Sally Ball will be organising a second event this spring
The first art and sculpture exhibition, held at Bredfield House, achieved staggering sales in excess of £200,000 in just one weekend. The chosen charity, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, was given £100,000 to help in its battle to fight breast cancer; a disease that both Belinda and Sally have been successfully treated for in the last three years. Read more about our 2016 plans in this message from Belinda and Sally.
Art for Cure 2016, at this exciting new venue, is expected to be an even greater success and is being held over the Bank Holiday weekend from:
Saturday 30th April to Monday 2nd May 2016, 10.00am to 5.00pm daily.
There will be over 80 artists and sculptors exhibiting in the magnificent house and grounds of Glemham Hall in Suffolk. Works will be a specially curated selection of nationally renowned artists as well as from Suffolk’s wealth of local talent.
Throughout each day there will be an amazing selection of refreshments available in the marquee; morning coffee, pastries, delicious lunches and afternoon teas. There will also be children’s entertainment and a special auction of celebrity canvases.
During the three days, in excess of 3,000 guests are expected to visit the exhibition. We are asking for a small donation of £5 per car, which includes parking and an exhibition brochure. All this money will go directly to the charity.
“We hope that this larger, high profile event, with the added support of a successful publicity plan, will enable us to surpass the totals raised in 2014 for this wonderful and worthy charity, supporting the care and cure of breast cancer,” says Belinda Gray.