What is Mother’s Day?

Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mummy’s in the world! Mothering Sunday is a day we as Brits celebrate exactly three weeks before Easter. It was originally a day for Christians to visit their ‘mother’ church. Today Mother’s Day is celebrated in 46 countries (on different dates) and is a hugely popular affair. Millions of people across the globe take the day as an opportunity to honour their mothers and thank them for all their love and support.

History of Mother’s Day

The history of Mother’s Day in the UK dates back to the 1600s. In England Christians celebrated a ‘Mother's Day’ on the fourth Sunday of Lent in honour of the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ. In England the holiday was expanded to include all mothers. It was then called Mothering Sunday.

Mothers at Rosetone 

As some of you may be aware Rosetone is a 3rd gen Family run business. Originally started by Rosemary and Tony Goodley. Taken over by their daughter in 2007, and then Michelle’s daughter joined in 2011. 

Do you need furniture for Mother’s Day?

We know pubs, restaurants and other hospitality services are very busy around this period and as we are now entering the wedding and party seasons why not hire or buy some chairs and tables to accommodate for the extra rush of people?

Rosetone offer:

A full range of Hospitality furniture to buy, take a look for yourself click here

Industrial strength, plywood folding round and trestle tables. To buy click here, or to hire click here

A full range of wooden banqueting chairs, finished in the UK. To buy click here, to hire click here