In a quest to find food that children love and want to eat, whilst at the same time being healthy and nutritious, Lancaster House enlisted the help of a team of school children from Scotforth Church of England Primary School in Lancaster. The creativity and the passion for food that they expressed proved inspirational and helped shaped the new Sam’s Menu at The Foodworks Restaurant, Lancaster House. On 4th June the children were invited to the hotel where Chef had prepared a taster menu, transforming their creative ideas to an edible reality. Continue reading “Sam Says “A Big Thank You!””
Sam the dog is our children’s club mascot, and he has taken a few minutes out of his busy schedule to write to all our Easter holiday little guests…
Are you ready for some eggcitement , well let’s get cracking shell we ? Ok, that’s it no more yolks.!!!
Where to start?! One of my favourite activities has to be The Easter Egg Eggstravaganza on Saturday 30th March at 1 pm, organised by The Low Wood Bay Leisure Club. We set off on our Easter Egg Hunt – the walk to my favourite woody spot is impressive, but let’s keep focused , its the eggs we are after!! Lots and lots and lots of red and blue painted eggs have been hidden. But that’s not all … there is also a golden egg waiting to be found. Continue reading “Sam Say … Easter Holiday Treats”
The planning of a new children’s menu can be fairly long, drawn-out affair. Quality local suppliers must be sought, analysis of what children are favouring from our current menu, ensuring that we are keeping up with the ever-changing high street trends, and even, as we have done in the past, consulting to underline our commitment to healthy eating.
But for the next Lancaster House Sam’s menu, the team wanted to know what Kids Really want. So, we have gone ‘back to school’ to find out from the children themselves. Continue reading “A New Lancaster House Menu What Children REALLY Want”
In the days leading up to Children’s Hospice Week, 18th – 25th May, it was a privilege to visit two of our local Children’s Hospices. Derian House in Chorley and Eden Valley near Carlisle. These are two of the fifty hospices around the UK providing a lifeline service to the families of around 24,000 children and young people in the country with life shortening conditions.