And the winner is... Gusto!

And the winner is... Gusto!

Stefanie Meachin, Mirek Bulka and host Cerys a.k.a Alice

Guests enjoy a story book tea party

Treats at Gusto’s charity Mad Hatters Tea Party

First published in News

GUSTO pipped its fellow traders to the post and named overall winner of the town-centre window display competition.

The King Street restaurant and bar bowled RHS judges over with its impressive Alice & Wonderland floral display.

Knutsford Bloom helped Gusto achieve its story-book look and the restaurant team said they were ‘over the moon’ to receive the award.

Stefanie Meachin, Gusto’s business development manager, said: “I am absolutely delighted to receive the award for ‘Best shop window display’. A lot of planning and thought was put into this theme, and I would like to say a huge thank you to Knutsford Bloom for bringing our ideas to life.”

Gusto throw Mad Hatter bash for B Positive

BUILDING on its RHS theme, Gusto held a charity Mad Hatters Tea Party on Wednesday July 23.

The event was to raise money for Knutsford-based B Positive, a support network connecting patients, families and friends affected by acute leukaemia.

A raffle and Gusto donation helped raise over £400 for the cause on the day.

General manager Mirek Bulka said: ““We are delighted to be able to help local charities through events throughout the year, being a part of the local community is very important to our company ethos.

“I would like to thank everybody that attended this event and made it such a success especially Stefanie and all the staff involved to make this possible.”

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