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Phil Vickery serves up feast to lucky auction winners - with guest waiters from Gloucester Rugby

Staff from SN Engineering and Responsive Personnel were treated to a meal cooked by a World Cup winner and to service from two England internationals thanks to a successful auction bid.

The two firms won an exclusive dinner at the Queens Head in Longford cooked by rugby legend and Celebrity Masterchef winner Phil Vickery.

The guests were served by Gloucester and England stars Henry Trinder and Charlie Sharples at the dinner which was a special prize at the Simplicity Charity Golf Day.

Money from the successful bids went to the Pied Piper appeal, with Julie Kent, vice chair and trustee of the Pied Piper appeal serenading the guests while they ate.

Neptune Rum ensured the diners were well oiled with fantastic rum punch cocktails, while Laithwaite's Wine Gloucester and Hillside Brewery supplied drinks for the evening.

Simplicity Director Jonathan Viney said: "It was such a fabulous night, for such a great cause.

"Everyone enjoyed themselves. We look forward to hopefully doing it all again next year, as part of our auction prizes for the Simplicity Golf Day 2020".

For details or to book a team for the Simplicity Golf Day at Brickhampton Court on the August 28, 2020 email marketing@simplicityinbusiness.com 

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