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Redbridge ladies luxury day out at Royal Ascot

13:50 04 July 2014

Picture: Beverley Crichlow

Picture: Beverley Crichlow

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Ladies got a very luxury escort to the Royal Ascot without having to lift a finger thanks to an events organisers.

Director of BBJ management Beverley Crichlow, of Eccleston Crescent, Chadwell Heath, took a 30-strong group of women to Ladies Day at the prestigious horse racing event.

A luxury coach equipped with not one but two chefs picked them up from Gants Hill in the morning.

“We only do things in style,” said Mrs Crichlow, 61.

The chefs served up a champagne breakfast en route with croissants and other pastries to accompany the fine wine.

At the Berkshire event the women had access to the grand stand where they watched the races before having a “fine luncheon” and “lots more champagne”.

“It was a wonderful time,” said Mrs Crichlow. “What everybody was pleased about was how it was all arranged for them.”

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