St David’s day was a double celebration for us – we found out we had come 2nd – Highly Commended in the Welsh wedding venue category of Bridebook Wedding Awards 2017. Huge thanks to the judges, to couples and their guests who voted for us and wrote great reviews and testimonials, not forgetting our fantastic team. Well done everyone!
We’ll make very tasty fresh pizzas fired in our Pizza Wagon with a selection of homemade deserts and have a Cash Bar selling local beer, cider, organic lager, wine & yummy soft drinks.
Pizzas cost £9 each/ Puddings cost from £4.40 each
As always, we’ll have live music, outdoor games and cosy indoor areas for munching & dancing! and table tennis in the Barn
Park up in the Tipi Car Park and follow the signs
Remember a Cash Bar only!!
If you are interested, book your place now with us on here or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We cater for all dietary requirements if stated in advance as we make the fresh doughs the morning of the event.
We sponsored our friend Emily Hinshelwood who almost completed a swim across the channel for the spinal injuries charity “Aspire” last week. The map shows how far she got – a fantastic achievement. Below is the note from her – if you would like to donate to the charity please contact us and we can arrange to pass it on to Emilycharity
“To all my lovely sponsors,
The bad news is we didn’t make it all the way to France. So gutting. It all started well, the sun shining, the sea calm, and all the team in high spirits… But after about half way the conditions began to change. Really choppy, huge swell, the boat was like a bucking bronco and swimming was like being tossed around in a washing machine. In the end, the pilot felt it was too dangerous to continue, it was dark and the crew couldn’t see the swimmer due to the height of the swell, and after 12.5 hours we turned back (so close to Calais!). I’ve attached a picture of the wiggly track we took (due to tides).
Although I haven’t got that lovely celebratory feel of having completed the channel, thankfully the full Team Clownfish arrived back in Dover safely. I’ve had my warm shower, had a few days out of the water and am contemplating my webbed feet. What now?
The good news is that, with your help, I’ve raised over £3,500 for Aspire. So thank YOU. And thank you to those that kept me going with texts and positive messages while I was on the boat. And special thanks to Russ who coached me for months; and to Rache, my inspiration.
Can now be found in the ‘STAY’ section, on our website.
Have a look- she’s a Beauty!