Monday, 26 October 2009


SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER 2009 7pm till late
Tickets £22 per adult, £5 per child under 8, £11 for 8-13 year olds.

You are invited to our happy Halloween Hog Roast including a pumpkin carving competition (bring along your carved pumpkin for the chance to win a bottle of our prosecco) and a fancy dress competition (come in fancy dress three categories – adult, junior and children) with prizes being awarded by Raymond Blanc.

Raymond will also be book signing with a selection of his books available for sale including ‘A Blanc Christmas’.

We will be offering a 3 course Hog Roast meal, including a vegetarian option cooked and served outside by the chefs.

There will be a Raffle on the evening with prizes of a lunch for two and/or a dinner for two at The Cheerful Soul. All proceeds from the raffle will go directly to the charity we support this year, the Kileva Foundation. for details visit Tickets are £5 a strip.

There will be musical entertainment from John Newman (lead singer of The Velvet Hearts), apple bobbing, goodie bags for the children and a special Halloween cocktails menu for young and old.

Do come early and meet Peter from Coors for your complimentary Magners cider – limited availability--!!

Tickets £22 per adult, £5 per child under 8, £11 for 8-13 year olds. To book tickets call 01628 483343 or visit 'The Cheerful Soul', Henley Road, Marlow. SL7 2DF or email



Elliott said...

Well, i had planned on bringing my wife for a surprise trip until she fell pregnant!!

Nevermind, as soon as the constant feeling of sickness passes i'll make sure we come down to visit your restaurant.

Good luck with the hog roast, sounds like it will be an excellent night!!

See you soon (hopefully)

Chris Dibb-Fuller said...

I had my first meal in the Cheerful Soul on Saturday Lunchtime, and I have to say it was excellent...had the strip steak and chips, with carrot and swede mash. Wonderful. The staff were wonderful and Michele was very friendly too. Will definately return and also recommend it to friends.

Adrian said...

Well the Hog roast was brilliant! In fact the whole evening was. For us it was our first time there and we were not disappointed. The service was great to match the food as was the atmosphere. Great to meet both Michelle and Russell and see them working hard ;) and of course Raymond (who was mainly 'testing' the food ;) )... The best bit was winning the adult fancy dress :)

See you guys again later this month where a few of us will be coming for a Sunday slapup!

Adrian (the Wolf).

Anonymous said...

Russell and Michelle I am delighted to see your restaurant open. You have had some journey to get where you are today. I wish you every success in your venture - I would love to come and eat there but I suspect geography is not on my side. Still it's great to see your smiling happy faces after what RB put you through last year. Bon chance!

Anonymous said...

American blogger here.
I was rooting for you guys from the first episode.
Glad to see the restaurant is doing well.
Good luck and wish I could dine there!