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Proud to partner with Parade at Chester Racecourse

Posted by alicia verrando May 22, 2019 3:56:09 PM

Bernardo Silva Sky Sports

We are proud to partner with Chester Racecourse to launch PARADE, its new luxury dining concept.

PARADE with multi award-winning chef Aiden Byrne is a luxurious trackside venue positioned in the ultimate location for race-goers. It was unveiled on Wednesday May 8 at the 2019 Boodles May Festival and offers an intimate, stylish, live-sports entertainment experience that promises to be ‘one of the best at any sporting venue.’

The Roland Dransfield team invited guests from the business community and the media, as well as local celebrities, to the City Day and Ladies Day on May 8 and May 9, to experience the new concept and enjoy a fantastic day at the races.

Chester Racecourse Parade

Our guests included private bank Arbuthnot Latham, real estate consultancy OBI, UA92 (class of 92 university), Relentless property developer Gethin Jones, Birmingham City manager Gary Monk; and Man City midfielder Bernardo Silva.

Sky Sports didn’t miss the occasion to interview the City star for his insights into his first ever experience at Chester Racecourse.

"This is my first time here. I'm enjoying it a lot and the atmosphere is great – I've just lost some money but that's all right," Silva told the Sky Sports 'At the Races' channel.

"It's nice to enjoy ourselves. It is our day off to relax so it is always good to come to these kind of events, and I'm happy to be here."

Cheshire Live was also present to immortalise the moment, and reported from the Roodee with news and updates on the day.

With interior design collaboration from award-winning interior designer Michelle Derbyshire and A Styled Lifestyle, PARADE with Aiden Byrne offers a VIP haven at the racecourse, where guests were entertained with fine dining before partying late into the evening.

If you'd like to enquire about a future booking for PARADE, get in touch with our team today.

Lead image: Sky Sports 

 

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