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Swing into Christmas at Exeter Racecourse
Posted on: July 18th 2018
Section: Member news

Swing into Christmas at Exeter Racecourse, which will be hosting three of its renowned parties on December 8th, 14th and 15th.

This year swing singer Neil Barclay’s fabulous songs will accompany the evening followed by a disco until midnight. Tickets for the parties cost £40 each and include arrival drinks, a three-course dinner, and a photo booth and the sensational music.

Guests will also receive two free race tickets to enjoy a day at Exeter Racecourse in 2019 worth £34.

The menu has been prepared by head chef Ian Brimacombe with local sourcing a priority.

To start there’s a choice of honey roasted parsnip soup or chicken liver parfait with spiced pear chutney, pea shoots and a toasted brioche croute.

A main course of roast turkey breast and orange glazed ham loin is accompanied by thyme roasted Parisienne potatoes and parsnips, glazed sprouts and carrots, stuffing, pigs in blanket finished with a rich pan jus, with a vegetarian option too.

Traditional Christmas pudding with a festive brandy sauce or rich Belgium chocolate torte with salted caramel cream and ginger syrup are the choices for dessert.

Since 2013, Exeter’s Christmas parties have become a rich Devon tradition, with businesses, individuals and friends delving in year after year to enjoy the warm ambience, delicious food and fantastic entertainment.

To book call Michelle Thomas on 01392 832599 or for more information visit our website on



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