Gaynor’s Social Scene
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Gaynor Morgan is the daughter of former Manchester United and Scotland legend, Willie Morgan, who wore the famous no.7 shirt after George Best. Cheshire born and bred, she lives in Prestbury with husband Tim, and daughter Jess. Gaynor has turned her hand to many successful ventures over the years, with charity fundraising being closest to her heart.
Celebrate the ‘Spandau Ballet’ way
Another month of birthday celebration; most importantly for my husband Tim!
But I was happy to be invited to celebrate the lovely Sabrina Winter’s birthday in Brighton, alongside her famous partner, the talented Steve Norman from Spandau Ballet, a brilliant musician who plays tenor saxophone, guitar, percussion and more!
Steve on sax
They have become great friends after meeting many years ago through two of our bestie’s Julie and Martin.
Julie and Steve went to Dame Alice Owen’s school together, as did all the members of Spandau Ballet. Mel, a talent agent and good friend of the couple, hosted the evening and after a super dinner cooked by Mel’s friend Jade we partied well into the early hours with lots of live music and dancing.Gaynor, Sabrina, Julie (at party)
A Little Slice of Heaven
One of my favourite places to hang out is The Coast Restaurant and Bar in Prestbury village. Inspired by food served on Italy’s Amalfi coast, it’s a great place to eat and drink!Blair and his team.
Owned by experienced restaurateur, Blair Glen, a fabulous host alongside his tremendous team with their own ‘Italian stallion’ – head bar man Cristiano – who always makes me a drink with a smile and his punch line “Nothing a cocktail can’t fix Gaynor.”
I love its glamorous setting but it also it gives me a feeling of ‘home’ when I walk in – relaxed but fun.
For the first time, I experienced its new upstairs private lounge/dining room for a friend’s birthday. It was great and gave us all the privacy needed to relax and celebrate.Yvette Royle and Alexander Stewart at Coast charity lunch
Blair’s quote, written on the wall, is: “Welcome. May all who enter as guests, leave as friends”
Yvette Royle hosted a charity ladies’ lunch at Coast recently. The talented singer, and judge on BBC’s ‘Altogether Now’, worked hard to put on a great day in aid of The Gem Appeal, a charity very close to my heart.
I loved the live music from Yvette, who sang her heart out as always and the day was filled with fun and laughter whilst raising money for a great charity.
We all need pampering, especially during the colder months, so it was great to take some much-needed time out to visit Fab Lounge, the beauty salon in Macclesfield owned by my friends, Andy and Debbie Burton.Debbie and Ellie Burton
I’m always greeted with a warm welcome but, more importantly, with a glass of fizz. I always say, ‘relax, refresh and recharge’ so it was great to enjoy a few hours out of my busy schedule – Oh, and I loved my new nails Ellie!Gaynor’s nails.
My Mum used to say, “Do more of what makes you happy as being happy never goes out of style.” That’s something that always sticks with me!
I popped into my local yoga studio last week as it was celebrating its 1st anniversary. My friend, Clare Broomhead, is both a director and one of the teachers at ‘Yogalife’ in Alderley Edge. I had a fun afternoon as it has a lovely, relaxed family / community vibe.Clare Broomhead
I love the fact it has introduced classes for school kids to help with the stress of exams. This has been a huge success. It has introduced teen’s and mum’s classes too, so Jess and I are booked in for a few mum and daughter sessions! PEACE, LOVE, YOGALIFE!
If you are planning a charity or social event; a business event, exhibition or show, or if you would like Gaynor to cover your next celebrity ‘bash’, then send brief details and your daytime telephone number, in an email headed ‘Gaynor’s Social Scene’ to Editor@incheshiremagazine.co.uk or contact Gaynor directly via www.gaynormorgan.com