Updated: Mar 3
See a PDF menu and pre-order form below. We have printed versions available at the bar too. All set menu's must be pre-ordered by midnight on Friday, March 17th, 2023. Anyone not ordered by then will be able to order from our normal Sunday menu if we have capacity.
We'll be serving up a storm this Mothers Day and making mum's feel special! Make your reservation for lunch by using the below. For any bookings larger than 6 people, please get in contact by calling 01753682707, through Facebook or through WhatsApp.
Mother's Day is a special day set aside to honor and celebrate the mothers in our lives. Whether it's your own mother, stepmother, grandmother, or mother-in-law, this is a day to show appreciation and gratitude for the love, care, and sacrifice that mothers give to their children every day.
One way to celebrate Mother's Day is by giving a thoughtful and heartfelt gift. This can be something as simple as a homemade card or as extravagant as a piece of jewelry. Flowers, chocolates, and spa days are also popular gifts for Mother's Day.
Another way to celebrate Mother's Day is by spending quality time together. This can include going out for a nice meal, taking a trip, or just spending the day at home doing something that your mother enjoys. It's important to remember that the most important thing is to let your mother know how much she means to you and how much you appreciate all that she does.
Mother's Day can also be a time to reflect on the role that mothers play in society. Mothers are often the primary caregivers in a family, and they play an important role in shaping the lives of their children. They teach values, provide emotional support, and help to shape the future by raising strong and capable individuals.
In conclusion, Mother's Day is a special day set aside to honor and celebrate the mothers in our lives. It's a day to show appreciation and gratitude for the love, care, and sacrifice that mothers give to their children every day. So, take the time to tell your mother how much you love her and appreciate all that she does. Happy Mother's Day!
Where did Mothers Day originate from?
Mother's Day as we know it today began in the United States in the early 20th century. The holiday has its roots in a variety of early motherhood and maternal welfare celebrations, some dating back to ancient civilizations.
The modern holiday of Mother's Day as we know it, began with Anna Jarvis, who organized the first official Mother's Day celebration in 1908, in Grafton, West Virginia. She chose the second Sunday in May as the day to honor mothers, because it was the anniversary of her own mother's death.
The campaign to establish Mother's Day as a national holiday began in earnest in the United States, and in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill officially establishing the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day.
The idea of Mother's Day as a holiday honoring mothers spread to other countries over time. For example, in the United Kingdom, Mothering Sunday is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which falls between mid-March and mid-April. In many countries, the date for
Mother's Day is different from the US, but the sentiment behind the holiday is the same: to honor and celebrate the mothers in our lives.