Hog Roast Dewsbury
Anyone reading up on their British economic history will know the tremendously important role the mill towns of Lancashire and Yorkshire played in the nation’s growth during the late eighteenth and nineteenth century. These towns were considered by many to be the backbone of Britain and their role will always be a reminder of how important these towns were in establishing the nation as a world leader.
Obviously times have changed and the mills have all but gone. Industry - and certainly technology - has changed too but the towns remain. Dewsbury is one such town that played such a vital role. It may no longer be home many mills but fifty odd thousand people live here and the town does appear to be doing well. That could also explain why a certain catering meal is making a bit of a comeback in Dewsbury. Hog roast Dewsbury events are now a regular fixture on the social calendar, and that means great news for people attending special events and functions in and around town.
Now let’s not beat about the bush. Catering at events over the last few decades has been generally dire. I am not saying that every event has had bad catering but there seems to have been a plethora of events that have served up some pretty shoddy and poor excuses for party and special event food. We have all been to them. Cold pizza, sausage rolls, pork pies, sad and limp looking salads, insultingly bad sandwiches...it makes you wonder why people bother to organise a special event if they cannot be bothered putting on special food. Surely it’s not much to ask?