Hog Roast Southbourne
Sometimes it is just nice to get away from it all. A few hours away from the computer, the television and the crowds. It can be lovely to stroll by the sea and take in the seaside air without the attention of thousands of other people to destroy the peace. It all sounds very idyllic but, in truth, there are not many seaside places that will afford you that opportunity. Luckily, Southbourne is one of them, yet it could have been so different.
It seems that Southbourne once had dreams of being something a little more lively, so much so that the town once had its very own pier, and during its short lifetime, the pier was quite popular. However the forces of nature seemed to be not so keen on the pier and two storms at the beginning of the twentieth century rendered it unsafe. Without a buyer, the pier was eventually demolished. Maybe that was the right thing to happen though, because Southbourne could have grown into a brash and loud resort monster and not the quiet resort that we enjoy today.
Not to say that Southbourne is so quiet to be bordering on asleep though. Southbourne is a popular destination for those looking for a quieter seaside location. It could also be growing into something of a destination for great food too, thanks to the popularity of the hog roast hire Southbourne caterer
Yes, you heard me loud and clearly. Hog roast Southbourne may sound an unlikely pairing but this Dorset town is, like the rest of the UK, seeing that grand old Medieval feast make a new name for itself. Many thought that it had gone the way of the pier but hog roast has risen like a phoenix (well, like a pig) and is delighting people once more with the incredible flavours that it was once so famous for. You could question why hog roast has re-emerged as a big favourite of event organisers but you could also argue that, like Southbourne, hog roast represents a return to the simpler yet more rewarding things in life.