Hog Roast Lightwater
Like many of the smaller towns nestled in the countryside of the South of England, Lightwater is a place of gorgeous natural beauty. While it has grown relatively rapidly since the last mid-century, its still retains the natural and rustic charm associated with a typical, traditional British village.
Having only been a village for a comparatively short time, Lightwater was recorded in the early 1900s as only a farm on maps of the area. Like a good deal of settlements close to the capital city, the village owes much of is growth to the last mid century, from about 1960. Londoners at the time, a little weary of the hustle and bustle of their home town, were looking for a pretty place to stay in holiday homes or chalets not far from the capital city. Thus Lightwater became a popular area to stay for its tranquility, and eventually housing estates were built for those who wanted to stick around permanently.
The village often expects snowfall when winter creeps into the surrounding countryside, and the blanket of snow over the trees and houses around the proud war memorial and little rose garden is certainly one of the prettiest things to be seen. The weather does not perturb our caterers though; a hog roast Lightwater is versatile in that it suits any season of the year. In fact, at the chilliest times of year, the warmth and satisfaction a hog roast Lightwater can provide at your gathering brings spirits and morale up high, no matter what the weather. It could be pouring down outside and just the sight of party guests or relatives huddling up to take a slice of roasting hog gives a sense of comfort which can be expected with the anticipation of a hearty, British meal.