The latest addition to the Mobile Bar Hire range has been launched this week. Their mirrored bar counter is now available for hire priced at £175 per metre. This style of mirror bar is designed for private and corporate events throughout the UK, its unique cocktail design means that its suitable for various events including wedding receptions and corporate functions throughout the UK.
This style of counter has plenty of storage space within it and this means that the person working within the bar or reception counter can work with ease. The semi circle bar in the image shows a 4 bar section, this is also available in straight sections which can be adapted for the event and porpose fo the function.
This is the perfect style of bar counter is very popular for private and corporate events. If you would like more infomation of our mirror bar counter hire factlity simply contact a member of the bar hire
With the Bluewater Wedding Fair in Kent less than a month away local company Mobile Bar Hire is preparing for a very busy exhibition stand. Located at stand G26, the Dartford based hospitality company, Mobile Bar Hire Ltd is the Official Hospitality Partner for the Bluewater Wedding Fair.
One of the company directors, Mr Ragbhir Sandhu said earlier in the week ” We are preparing to run a very efficient exhbition stand where brides grooms can discuss their hospitality needs for their big day. In addition to this, being the Bluewater Wedding Fair Official Hospitality Partners means that we can also offer great tasting session to potential clients”.
Mobile Bar Hire are planning some great little touches which they can ofer their clients at the Bluewater Wedding Fair from the 9th Feb to 12th February 2012.
On January 9th 2012, a group of MP’s announced that it would be best for Britain if we had two days a week alcohol free. A report by the Commons Science and Technology committee has announced there are concerns about the regulations for people on how much people should drink. Over time alcohol has become a lot cheaper persuading people to buy and consume alcohol now more than ever.
Officials say guidelines are very important to the public as many people aren’t even aware of units and how much they should drink on a weekly basis.
The current limit for alcohol consumption is 21 units a week for men and 14 units a week for women. These limits were decided over 25 years ago and the government wants to tackle binge drinking which is fast becoming a trend for people in the UK, especially young people exceeding these guidelines every week. There are plans to increase label sizes on alcohol bottles, and maybe add more information to them so people are more aware of what they are drinking.
Most people are aware that drinking is potentially bad for you, but reports have suggested that alcohol consumption can decrease people’s risk of heart disease. A new report by experts has concluded lack of evidence for this view and found it could only be true to men over the age of 40 and post-menopausal women.
Do you agree with the government advice on this matter and do you think two days a week alcohol free would work?