Here at Keith Prowse, we’ve got the inside scoop on some of the tantalising dishes that you can expect to see in some of our world-class facilities this November. So, without further ado, we’re going to take you through which dishes you can find where, what you can expect to be eating and the chefs who will be creating these taste bud sensations for you.
The Vitality Blast is a T20 tournament played by the 18 county championship teams. The format consists of 2 groups of 9 split in a North/South divide, who play 14 games each. So, with this year’s competition now done and dusted, we thought we’d look back at the players who stood out, memorable moments and most importantly who won!
Two Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge makes his much-anticipated return this autumn to The Lock restaurant, located in the heart of Twickenham Stadium. Tom has once again designed a sumptuous menu that highlights some exquisite in-season ingredients which we can’t wait to sink our teeth into. So, we thought we’d take a closer look into his history and what made Tom the award-winning chef he is today.
Cricket’s newest format is over for the 2021 season; now the dust from the fireworks has settled, we thought we’d take a look at the MVP’s, the standout moments of the tournament and most importantly who won!
The Lock is one of our most premium facilities on offer, with luxurious surroundings and an exceptional menu designed by Michelin-star Chef Tom Kerridge - it's nothing short of perfection. Don't believe us? Take a look for yourself...
Coming off the back of two emphatic wins in the recent Summer Series against the USA and Canada, the fresh-faced England squad really did impress. Although we think, three players stood out beyond the rest… Let’s look a little closer at these players who include Joe Cokanasiga, debutant Adam Radwan and Jamie Blamire.
From sitting her A-Levels in her school exam hall at the start of summer to playing on Centre Court as a Wimbledon wildcard in July to becoming the 2021 US Open Women’s Champion, Emma Raducanu has aced the past couple of months and to top it all off, she has now become the British women’s No.1 seed.
In light of National Horse Racing week which occurs each year in September, we thought we would give you the lowdown of the ins and outs of the sport, including what it takes to become a racehorse, the greatest horses and jockeys of all time and the most iconic events in the horse racing calendar that you will not want to miss.