DRAM Round Up May 2017
Boclair Celebrates its First Birthday
Boclair House Hotel in Bearsden, Glasgow celebrated its first birthday and raised over £4,000 for charity recently. The venue hosted a Great Gatsby themed party, and funds raised on the night went to charity – Glasgow-based, Cure Crohn’s Colitis.
As you can see guests and staff dressed up in their finest 1920s attire.
Craig Haddow, General Manager, Boclair House Hotel said, “A fantastic night was had by all and all our guests made a spectacular effort to get into the Great Gatsby theme. We’re delighted to support the Cure Crohn’s Colitis charity and to raise much needed funds for their vital research into these debilitating diseases.”
Best Bar None
Best Bar None Glasgow launched its 2017 initiative last month This year represents the 13th year of the successful programme in Glasgow and was originally set up to work closely with the licensed trade in pubs, bars, nightclubs, restaurants and hotels across the city funded by Glasgow City Alcohol and Drugs Partnership as part of Glasgow’s strategy. In 2016 Best Bar None Glasgow had its best year to date, with 67 venues receiving a Gold award, 20 Silver and 1 Bronze Award. Pictured Jo Graham of the BII, Eleanor Lee, Operations Manager Community Safety Glasgow and Superintendent Stuart Carle.
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