Hog Roast Chertsey
The town of Chertsey is one of the oldest recorded locations in England which exists beside the river Thames. It has a Georgian-styled bridge, town hall and church, all of which are grade II listed structures. A Georgian mansion provides another attraction of grand repute; doubling as a nursing home, it also has a practical use. Another example of historical interest is St Peter’s hospital which was originally opened for victims of WWII in 1939.
Aside from questions like “What’s the biggest pig you’ve ever roasted?” or the timeless classic “Will a hog roast machine fit into my briefcase?” I am often asked about where is the best place to stage a hog roast? Such is the nature of my job that I can’t recall an unpleasant one, but a hog roast hire Chertsey is a fine place to start when speaking of my favourites. I have probably done close to ten hog roasts here but the great chiming of St Anne’s church reminds me of one in particular.
The people who lived here were in close proximity to the Catholic Church which lets you know all about it on the hour, every hour. I thought it certain that they’d have trouble sleeping but they assured me otherwise in a sort of chirpy, reticent manner. They were in fact some of the most laid back people I’ve ever met, a family quartet with a young girl and younger boy. All were very well dressed in clothes that looked like they’d just come from the factory. Such was their serene yet orderly nature that I got the impression that each played their part in maintaining complete harmony within the family.
They were all very sure of what they were eating; even the debonair toddler looked upon me with an unflinching leer. To begin we shipped out the roast beef in Yorkshire pudding for everyone, neatly presented and steaming hot. As fork met food they kept themselves to themselves. Upon completion of meal #1 they waited in virtual silence for the young boy to finish who (understandably) ate the slowest. This silence wasn’t of the uncomfortable kind as each were thoroughly employed with respecting the peace.