Winter was served over the weekend of the 4th and 5th of February and it tasted extraordinary. At Lookers Land Rover we find excuses not to stay in, but to get out and embrace the coldest months. Hibernate? No chance.
Our Hibernot Events were held at Braxted Park in Essex on the 4th and 5th of February, and at EJ Churchill in High Wycombe on the 5th of February.
The beautiful and historic location of Braxted Park was host to one of our #Hibernot Events, where our customers were encouraged to wrap up warm, and bring along their family to enjoy a winter woodland walk and off-road drive within the 500 acres of stunning Essex parkland. Coffee and cake was served in front of the fire at Braxted House where there was fun for all the family, including glitter face painting for the little ones.
Our guests could then enjoy an exclusive ‘Winter is Served’ cooking experience with an award-winning chef at the Braxted Cookery School.
The Award Winning E.J. Churchill was host to our Southern #Hibernot Event on the West Wycombe Estate.
Activities were available for all the family to enjoy including exploring the West Wycombe Hell Fire Caves, archery and axe-throwing activities, and even face painting for the little ones.
Guests could also experience the off-road capabilities and world-class handling of a Land Rover with the Land Rover Experience Terrapod driving course.
Following all these activities a warming
drink and taste of winter was provided from our gourmet BBQ. Plus celebrity chef Bryn
Williams gave tips on outdoor cooking with the best winter
ingredients of the season.