The Duke of Wellington is a friendly village pub and restaurant conveniently situated in Hatfield Peverel with easy access to the A12. There is plenty of free parking and disabled access and facilities.
Our events will be held in the conservatory, giving us a lovely relaxing space with doors opening out onto the Beer Garden. Lizzy and the team make you feel welcome and more of a friend than a customer.Dogs are also welcome.
We have the pleasure of the lovely Bethany Hodge who will be explaining to us the importance of taking time for ourselves and learning to love ourselves.
Bethany is Mum to 3 young children as well as being an Ambassador for Tropic Skincare. Bethany was looking for something outside of being a 'mum' and homeschooling. Bethany enjoys encouraging ladies (and men) to take care of themselves and their skin. Tropics products are freshly made, natural beauty products with a great ethos for helping children in some of the poorest parts of the world. Bethany is looking forward to sharing more at the Live Laugh Love Ladies Club in May.
Lasagne with garlic bread
Scampi and Chips
Cauliflower Cheese Tart
Hi, everyone! My
name’s Becca and I’m 55 years old. I live in Boreham with my son,
daughter, son-in-law, 3 grandchildren, dog and tortoise. So, a busy but
I’m so pleased to have been invited to speak to you. I’ll be sharing my journey of how caring for my terminally ill husband, and then widowhood led me on my journey of becoming a complementary therapist. You’ll find out what complementary therapies are, and I’ll specifically be speaking about reflexology, it’s history, what it entails and its many benefits. There will be a little bit of “audience participation” where I show you some hand reflex points that can help with some of life’s day to day symptoms. I look forward to meeting you very soon, Becca.