New Christmas party programme launched at Ironbridge hotel

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New Christmas party programme launched at Ironbridge hotel

An Ironbridge hotel has unveiled five new party options to help music lovers step back in
time to celebrate Christmas.
The Best Western Valley Hotel is set to host colleagues, friends and families throughout
December with their new range of themed nights.
As well as party games, quizzes, fancy dress party props and a three-course meal, the
resident DJ will be filling up the dancefloor with a fantastic selection of party tunes.
Guests will be able to choose from an 80s v 90s theme, Christmas Motown Magic, Dirty
Dancing meets Grease, Disco Fever Boogie Nights or Top of the Pops.
Lisa Snape, sales and marketing manager said: “We’ve had lots of feedback from customers
saying they’d love to see us offer a range of themed Christmas party options – so when we
were deciding what we should offer for 2018 that was our priority.
“At least one of the five options we have on offer is sure to be music to the ears of
companies, families or friends looking to book in and have a great time dancing the night
“While dressing up isn’t at all compulsory, we’d love to see people raiding the back of their
wardrobes to dig out those long-forgotten flares, shell suits or leg warmers depending which
themed night they’re coming to. Who knows, we may even see Sandy and Danny dancing
with Baby and Johnny!”
Guests can also take advantage of some generous drinks packages and there is also the
option of booking a room and staying overnight at the riverside Georgian listed building.
Those looking to celebrate the festive season with a party or gathering during the day can
opt instead for the Festive Lunch at £17.95 per person for three courses.
Prices for the party evenings vary through December – visit for more information, email or call staff on 01952 432247.

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