Newsletter 12 April 2023
- OUT WITH THE TRASH
Commencing on Tuesday 18 April, CSC Waste & Recycling will be Hester Canterbury’s new waste collection provider. During the transition, all the old bins will be placed in one of the vacant car spaces for collection sometime on 19 April.
- HESTER CLASS
Emily, a part fictional portrait of world renowned English writer Emily Bronte, her relationship with her sisters and the road she travelled that inspired the literary classic Wuthering Heights. Screening for you pleasure Tuesday 18 April at 7:30pm.
- EVENT BOOKING TONIGHT
Please note that the Private Dining Room will be booked tonight (Wednesday 12 April) from 7pm for a private function. We thank you for your consideration.
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Hester Newsletter 12 April
HERE’S CHEERS TO NORMALITY
Dust off your favorite formal attire as we celebrate having the Club Lounge and Dining Rooms back by holding a Champagne High Tea on Friday 28 April from 2:45pm in the Dining Room. There will be a fine selection of your favorite high tea treats both savory and sweet to see you through the afternoon, washed down with a tingle of bubbles and / or a nice warm beverage. Sign – Up form will be available at Reception before the end of the week.
WHAT’S WITH THE QUESTIONS
Thank you to everyone that has responded to last weeks Q&A in the Newsletter, the responses have been very helpful. We are just finalizing the Survey so that it can be completed either online, or so we can supply a hard copy if that is your preference. You will be notified when it goes live. In regards to the Swipe Card vs. FOB, we will presently be stocking up on both options and it will be your choice which one to purchase if you require a replacement in the future. The gardeners should commence turning soil soon to establish the Winter Vegetable garden with your suggestions, so save some room on your plate.
Week Two of the Autumn Menu starts on Monday 17 April.
Please place any orders by 1pm the Thursday before.
Have a stellar week and take care.