Hospitality Action Polo Day at Beaufort Polo Club



On Sunday 9th September, the Beaufort Polo Club are hosting a day of speed and excitement to raise money for Hospitality Action.

Seven award-winning South West chefs will be working to produce a spectacular three course lunch for guests.

Michelin-star Hywel Jones of Lucknam Park, the Michelin-star Niall Keating of Whatley Manor, the Michelin-star Rob Potter of The Manor House, Richard Davies of Calcot Manor, André Garrett of Cliveden House, Robby Jenks of The Vineyard, and Kris Biggs of The Rectory Hotel who will provide the day’s afternoon tea.

The event will begin with a Taittinger Champagne and canapé reception on the lawns of the prestigious Beaufort Polo Club, before lunch is served. Grandstand seats will be reserved for guests to watch the final of the Solitaire Salver prior to ending the day with an afternoon cream tea prepared by newcomer to the event, Kris Biggs.

Hywel Jones, Executive Chef of Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa said: “It is hard to believe this will be the ninth Polo Day I have been a part of. We are very lucky to have so much talent in the South West and last year the event raised over £50,000 thanks to the combined effort of all those who took part. The Polo Day is a calendar highlight and this year, thanks to suppliers such as Flying Fish, Total Produce and Creed Foodservice, I know we can raise more than ever before”.

There are limited places available to the day. Tickets are £105 per person or £950 for a table of ten and include a Taittinger and canapé reception, a three course lunch and half a bottle of wine per person, grandstand seats to view the polo from and afternoon cream tea as the day draws to a close.

For tickets to this fantastic event, please click here.

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If you are attending the Charity Polo Day and would like to stay with us the night of the 9th please call us on +44 (0) 1225 742 777.