Hog Roast Sevenoaks
The great storm of 1987 was certainly one to remember for man y people in the South east of the UK. The storm was unprecedented in its ferocity and left millions of pounds worth of damage in its wake. Trees across the region were uprooted in a night that weatherman Michael Fish amongst many others will want to forget.
Sevenoaks was one town that didn’t escape any damage. Six of the seven oaks that stood in the town were among those to be uprooted. There are now nine oaks in Sevenoaks, but there are no plans to rename the town Nineoaks just yet.
There are also definitely no plans to rename the town Hog Roast Sevenoaks, although hog roast is an increasingly popular catering solution at parties and events across the south east. Indeed, hog roast may have been enjoyed by the more wealthier people of Sevenoaks back in the sixteenth century at Riverhill House. It is the sort of grand house where you could have imagined a glorious fire to be slowly roasting a fine hog roast. Such a fine property would no doubt have come to life on such occasion with the hog roast Sevenoaks spirit giving way to evenings of celebration.