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Swan Hotel – SPECIAL OFFERS

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The hotel currently has a number of very special wedding offers available.

• Sunday to Thursday bookings attract a 10% discount on room hire and food
• Weddings held at the hotel between October and February can benefit from room hire reductions of up to £200
• Bookings worth £5,000 or more allow the bride and groom to enjoy their wedding night in our award-winning Cathedral Suite completely free of charge! (Subject to availability)

The Oak Room will be completely refurbished in February, ready for the first Spring wedding receptions in March.

To view the Swan Hotel wedding facilities please call 01749 836300.

Box Clever Wedding – Brymore Wedding Fair

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We are very excited at Box Clever Wedding to be running a wedding fair at the newly licenced Wedding Venue Brymore Academy, Cannington, Somerset.

A truly gorgeous wedding venue boasting 14th, 15th & 18th century features including a 1 acre walled garden, orangery & stunning mature grounds.

Brymore Wedding & Events offers couple a blank canvas & a list of recommended suppliers on hand to turn your” once upon a time” into “happily ever after”
Exhibitors: 25 – 50 exhibitors
Admission: Free Entry
Event Link: Visit Website

Weekend Winter Wedding package at Woodlands

Weekend Winter Wedding package at Woodlands: 50% off room hire

Wedding offer for Friday, Saturday or Sunday and includes:-
• Room hire for Civil Ceremony with red carpet
• Chair covers and your chosen colour of organza sashes
• Fresh flowers for the ceremony table
• Room hire for Wedding Breakfast for up to 30 people
• 3 course Fine Dining Wedding Breakfast
• Starters choice of
o Double baked cheese soufflé on a bed of wilted spinach or
o Chicken liver parfait with home made apple chutney and toasted brioche
• Mains choice of
o Roast rump of lamb on a bed of Mediterranean vegetables with a mint jus or
o Chicken breast wrapped in Parma ham topped with a cheese and tomato fondue
• Dessert choice of
o Meringue topped with strawberries & cream or
o Crème Brulee with Amaretti biscuits
• Tea & Coffee
• Glass of Pinot Grigio/French Merlot wine with Wedding Breakfast
• Glass of Prosecco for the Toasts
• Room hire for Evening Reception with dance floor
• Evening finger Buffet for up to 50 guests. You select your choice of 7 from our list of 14 items.
• Complimentary room on the wedding night for the Bridal couple with full English buffet breakfast next morning
• Included Chair covers, chair sashes, table flowers, white linen cloths and napkins, seating plan, name cards, cake table and knife.
• Experienced wedding planner to assist you
• Gazebo & Deck with stunning views to Quantock Hills
• Picturesque location and lawn makes unique photo opportunity
• Valid 1st October 2013 to 31st March 2014 subject to availability

All of this for only £2,450 + VAT

Highlights:
 Picturesque country setting, already popular for weddings
 Intimate venue for smaller weddings
 Licensed venue for civil wedding ceremonies and partnerships -2 indoor venues and 1 outside venue on the deck
 Experienced wedding planner and experienced delivery team
 Cash bar available
 Rooms available for guests to book overnight on a B&B basis
 Close to J22 on the M5
 Complimentary car parking
 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 2012

Not included:
Registrar fees
Bridal Bouquets
Photographer
DJ
Wedding Cake

01278 760232
info@woodlands-hotel.co.uk

Marry Me in Somerset’s 5th Tweetup

Once again due to demand it was time to organize our 5th Tweetup, to bring together the wonderful Wedding Industry on Twitter.

We were very lucky to host this at the beautiful Mount Somerset Hotel with it’s grand decor and stunning setting it was the perfect Venue!

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

With the rain pouring down, we were thankful that this did not deter Tweeters to make the journey and join us greeted by myself and the lovely Michelle Beck of Mount Somerset Hotel, for an evening of socializing, bubbly and delicious Canapés.

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

We certainly had some surprises in store for our Twitter guests, with a fabulous quality Casino courtesy of Creme De La Creme Fun Casino which is available to hire for any event!

Most of our guests enjoyed a game of Roulette, which I have to say created lots of excitement around the full size table and really was great fun!

We even had a Winner of a bottle of bubbly!

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Michelle kindly arranged for their resident Duo Aero and Bobby Monaro to entertain us for the evening setting a tranquil atmosphere. Aero and Bobby Monaro are also available to hire for your Wedding or event.

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount somerset Tweet Up

Mount somerset Tweet Up

Nearing the end of the evening we held our customary Prize Draw with some fabulous Prizes very kindly donated from;

A 3 course Dinner for 2 – Mount Somerset Hotel, Spa Treatments – Buff Day Spa, Stunning Floral Display – The Rose Shed, Quirky Slate Heart – Slate Boutique, Bottle of fine Champagne – Marry Me in Somerset.

Mount somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

Huge thanks to our very lovely Member Helen Lisk Photography for documenting the event for us!

We would like to thank everyone for coming along and making this another successful Tweetup!

Thanks also to all our generous friends for their Prize Draw donations, Michelle at Mount Somerset Hotel for hosting the event with me and for the complimentary bubbly and scrummy canapés!

Mount Somerset Tweet Up

If you are looking for somewhere quite special to host your Wedding, Celebration, Hen Weekend or simply a romantic weekend away we highly recommend The Mount Somerset, with it’s first class customer care, quality dining facilities, luxurious accommodation and tranquil Spa!

Abi x

Almonry Barn – A new unique country Wedding barn full of History and Style

Almonry Barn

Almonry Barn is a brand new wedding venue, and will officially open its doors on 21 December 2012 for viewings and to take bookings for weddings from April 2013 onwards*.

The venue is unlike any other wedding barn as not only does it still retain plenty of historical soul and a picturesque setting, but it also offers a super stylish twist with vintage design throughout. The barns style is; ‘shabby charm meets city style with a twist of French chic’ – perfect for the style conscious couple.

ALMONRY BARN

ALMONRY BARN

Almonry Barn is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (the same historical league as the Tower of London) and has been standing for over 800 years. The barn was once part of a beautiful abbey – the ruins of which still stand opposite – and was used by the monks to give alms to passing travellers and pilgrims.

Receptions will take place in the main historic barn – which can comfortably seat 100 guests. In addition there is lovely bar area in the old adjoining stable block. The barn is perfectly situated for guests to take welcome drinks on to the outside terrace overlooking the tranquil stream and the Somerset levels, or to have a wander around the apple orchard enjoying views of the abbey and church.

ALMONRY BARN

ALMONRY BARN

Only 10 metres away is a Grade I listed medieval church that is available for religious weddings – afterwards guests and couples alike can take a short 1 minute stroll to the barn for the wedding breakfast. The barn offers two areas in the actual barn for civil marriages or civil partnerships.

There will only ever be a maximum of 60 weddings a year, making Almonry Barn very exclusive and personal. The venue doesn’t believe in ‘conveyor belt weddings’ and want to make sure every couple’s day is individual and completely tailored to their needs and requirements.

ALMONRY BARN

ALMONRY BARN

ALMONRY BARN

As well as all the traditional touches, on offer are the services of an in house wedding co-ordinator and stylist – Louise. Louise specialises in wedding styling and she will be on hand to offer advice and help couples create a day that will truly LOOK amazing and like its right out of a bridal magazine.

Unlike most other venues, included in the hire cost is a basic styling package. This includes use of the in house props such as; antique French mirrors, Conran candlesticks, pretty cushions, vintage birdcages, hanging country hearts, Doris the vintage bike and French style lanterns with a vast supply of candles. In addition couples will also have a selection of other styling delights if they so desire.

ALMONRY BARN

ALMONRY BARN

Almonry Barn truly believes in being flexible and in helping to create a most perfect wedding day that each and every couple deserve.

For more information and to contact the venue please go to www.almonrybarn.co.uk
*Interior images of the barn will be available on the website from 21 December

Hornsbury Mill – Wedding Offer for 2013

Get that Friday Feeling….

*Venue Hire

*3 course meal for 50

*Evening buffet for 80

*Somerset Punch welcome drink for 50

*Sparkling wine toasting drink for 50

*Bridal suite the night before the wedding

*Bridal suite the night of the wedding

Only £4400

Available on any available Friday in 2013

01460 63317
info@hornsburymill.co.uk
www.hornsburymill.co.uk

‘Here comes the Bride’

The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation

Somerset-based, Naomi Thomas, founder of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, chats to MMIS about the inspirational organisation helping to give people with terminal illnesses and life limiting conditions, the wedding day of their dreams

‘Where it all began’

IN THE YEARS leading up to the launch of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, Naomi Thomas had been through more than most people contend with their entire lives.
At thirty years old Naomi is a happily married, mum of one and settled in the beautiful Somerset town of Wellington, with her new husband, Graham. However, one thing you wouldn’t know about Naomi if you saw her in the street is that she is living with Secondary Breast Cancer, a disease which has transformed her life and the lives of others, in so many ways.
From the minute you meet Devon born Naomi, you cannot help but notice her bubbly personality, her creative flair and the way she is able to make others smile, just by her smiling at them. It is very true though; she does have a beautiful smile and manages to light up the room just with her presence.

As we chat, Naomi looks back over her life choices, focusing on her career decisions and admits she had not known what she wanted to do when she left school. With such a warming character, burning passion to succeed & an enjoyment for planning things, in 2005 she began working as a self employed Wedding Planner across the county of Devon. Life was going swimmingly, it seemed.
It was during this time Naomi learnt how to create the ‘perfect’ wedding for brides-to-be, from the dress, the venue, the flowers to all the little finishing touches which help make the day personal and extra special for all involved.
It was unquestionable; Naomi loved her job and flourished in helping brides-to-be with all the arrangements for their big day, helping to ensure it would be a day never to forget. But after only four years pursuing her dream career and only three months with her fiancé Graham, Naomi’s world was turned upside down as she was given the devastating news that she had Breast Cancer. She was only 26.
Naomi admitted it was a diagnosis that she never thought she would hear.
‘It was terrifying,” she says. “Your world just falls apart, especially thinking of my loved ones.’

Searching for an explanation, Naomi details, ‘I’m a young woman with no history of breast cancer in my family. It just highlights how it really can happen to anybody. Cancer doesn’t discriminate; it affects men and women, people of all ages, races and backgrounds.’
Three years on and the issue is still as important as ever before; around 9,000 women under the age of 50 are diagnosed with breast cancer every year with the other eighty percent effecting women over the age of 50, with the risks increasing with age.

Despite these figures, it seems the awareness of breast cancer amongst younger women is not as prominent as it could be. Many young women, just like Naomi, simply believe that are not at risk of developing breast cancer. Furthermore, many are unaware that once diagnosed, a high percentage will be told they have the more aggressive forms, often resulting in higher mortality rates.

Detailing her involvement with Bosom Buddies UK, an organisation which educates and advises on all aspects of breast health in schools, Naomi describes how it is essential that younger women (and men) are vigilant and check their breasts at least once a month.

‘Young people need to be taught from an early age, the importance of knowing what is ‘normal’ for their breasts, knowing what to look and feel for, and actually checking for lumps and changes. If they do discover anything they must report any changes to their GP’s without delay’ says Naomi.

‘Obviously’, she continues, there are many factors affecting the development of the disease such as lifestyle, weight, exercise and genetics. But if the younger generations are more aware of the issues relating to breast health and the development of breast cancer, more lives can hopefully be saved, before it is too late.’

The issues Naomi faced, from how to preserve her fertility, continuing to work for as long as possible and maintaining relationships are all still genuine concerns for younger women with the disease.
Naomi says, ‘When I was diagnosed I had to deal with all sorts of difficult issues, but it was just as tough for Graham. How partners cope with a breast cancer diagnosis and the rollercoaster of emotions that follow is often overlooked.’

‘The cancer rollercoaster’
But this news was just the beginning of a heartbreaking journey, for not only Naomi, but everyone close to her. After a gruelling series of treatments including an operation, chemotherapy followed by radiotherapy, Naomi had hoped she had beaten the disease and looked to the future with Graham.
Both were delighted when in early 2010, aged 27, Naomi discovered she was pregnant and expecting their first child. Naomi explained how she felt very lucky to be carrying a baby, especially knowing chemotherapy can more often than not affect fertility in women.
Unfortunately, this excitement soon turned to devastation as only six days after her newborn son, Devon, came into the world in September 2010 Naomi was rushed back into hospital with a serious MRSA infection. It was during this time that doctors delivered the massive blow that the cancer had spread and that her back had broken in three places due to her bones being eaten away by cancer. Despite everything, Naomi soon had come to terms with the fact she now had incurable Secondary Breast Cancer.
It soon became apparent that this news came as an even bigger shock to everyone, especially after the initial hope that the treatment had worked. Defiantly, Naomi bravely endured further treatment, only for surgeons to decide against operating on the tumour on her spine for various reasons.
‘You forget it’s happening to you,’ says Naomi. ‘All I know is I won’t survive this and I just enjoy every day as it comes. Over time I’ve come to terms with it. It’s the people you leave behind I feel for’ she explains.
Despite Naomi struggling to cope with her recent diagnosis, looking after a newborn and dealing with her shocking news she bravely decided to try to focus on the future with her new young family.

Having had to cancel their wedding day due to the financial impact cancer has on people going through it Naomi decided to arrange a charity event in the town she grew up in, Sidmouth, Devon to lift her spirits. Naomi’s extraordinary story and the way the disease impacted her as a young woman soon caught the attention of local Wedding Planner Sam Williams. Unknown to Naomi, this event was to signal the first step towards her becoming the beaming Mrs Thomas, as she is today.
Through the enormous generosity of Sam, the local community and from complete strangers, a dream wedding was arranged with donations from wedding suppliers on 6th June 2012, Naomi and Graham eventually tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony at St Audries Park, Somerset.

Naomi admits, ‘It was a stunning day; one to cherish for ever. I loved feeling special for the day and getting the chance to marry the man who has supported me through so much. As I have always proclaimed, I am eternally grateful to everyone who made the day possible; it really was a real group effort.’
Determined to put her experiences to positive use, Naomi set about ways to help others enjoy the wedding day of their dreams, just as Sam and her event planning business Perfectly Planned Events had enabled her to.
So, in early 2012, with this passion and determination right at the centre of what she wanted to achieve, The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation was born.
One thing Naomi thinks about a great deal is how, that despite the devastating impact cancer has on so many people’s lives, ‘it is magical how cancer brings people closer together and it is this fact which inspired me to help others in this way.’

‘The highs and lows of new beginnings’
However, as with any new venture, there are always challenges, as Naomi has found out: ‘One major challenge has been receiving the applications and the dealing with the range of emotions it stirs up. It is exciting to think we can help people have a fantastic wedding day but at the same time, it is difficult to think about the limited time couples will enjoy as husband and wife.’
‘Behind this upset, however,’ says Naomi ‘lays a desire to focus on the positive side of things in life. If The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation is able to help, in any way, make the couple feel complete, just as Graham and I did on our wedding day, I will be one happy lady!’
The foundation is going from strength to strength and with the support and generosity of not only suppliers and businesses, but individual fundraising efforts, the project is really coming into its own. ‘It’s going really well and I cannot wait for our new fundraising teams in each county in the UK to be in full swing and generating vital funds so we can continue the great work we do.’
Still, as Naomi explains, ‘Of course, we need more money to develop the organisation and such funding is vital for the foundation to continue in its quest to ensure people can enjoy their perfect wedding day, without the stress, uncertainty and financial burden that cancer inevitably brings to families’.

‘Looking forward to the future’
Although Naomi now has to consume a concoction of hormonal drugs to force her into premature menopause and prolong her life as long as possible, she explains that her plans for the future of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation are simple. Naomi said she wants ‘to spread the word about the project, continue raising funds and awareness, in turn helping more and more people in the same position as me’.

She continues, ‘When I began the foundation I wanted to help as many people with terminal illnesses or life threatening conditions have the wedding day they could only have dreamed of and I want this to continue.’

It is clear that Naomi wants this project to continue even after she is no longer around to see her project continue to thrive. ‘The foundation will be my legacy and that makes me a very proud woman.’
With this in mind and as the foundation’s first year draws ever closer, it seems Naomi will be busier than ever with more applications flooding in, but with an innovative idea and an impressive determination, there is nothing stopping this mum of one.

So, how can you help this worthy cause?
If you are a supplier, individual or business and can offer your services for free or at a reduced rate, The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation would love to hear from you.

Whatever your niche or specialism, with your help you will be supporting this inspirational organisation, be it through cake decoration, wedding dress supplies, food distribution, venue hire, stationery, floristry or car hire. Any wedding products, services or support are always welcome and the foundation continually searches for enthusiastic people to generate vital funds too; through donation, sponsorship or fundraising.
As Naomi reiterates, ‘We cannot continue with this fantastic project without the generous incoming funds, so any help is always gratefully received and very much appreciated.’
When such fabulous projects support people and their loved ones through some of the most challenging of times in their lives, there is nothing more rewarding than giving something back and putting a smile on everyone’s faces.

So, why wait?

Support this fantastic organisation today and spread the word about their inspirational and dedicated mission with everyone you know.

As the old saying goes, one good deed deserves another.

Contact details
The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation
Wellington, Somerset
www.weddingwishingwellfoundation.org.uk

Gloriously Vintage Wedding Fair

Gloriously Vintage

Come along to our Gloriously Vintage Wedding Fair

17 March 2013 11am-4pm

Meet lots of fabulous Vintage Wedding Suppliers giving you tips and ideas for your perfectly vintage Wedding Day!

Admission: Free when you pre-register at info@marrymegroup.co.uk or £2.00 entry on the day
*Closing date to register for Free Entry 13 March
Includes Goody Bag for first 100 Brides and wglass of buubly!

Exhibitors please contact Abi at info@marrymegroup.co.uk

Pittville Pump Room, East Approach Drive, Cheltenham, GL52 3JE

Our Exhibitors

A Touch of Vintage – Vintage Bridal Accessories
Marie Man Photography
Karma Cars Cotswold
Latitude Photography
Emily’s Best – Old Fashioned Sweet Shop
Retro Press Ltd – Bespoke Letterpress Stationery
Syrup Events – Cocktail Bar
Gemma Sangwine – Unique & Individual Hair Accessories & Corsages with a Vintage twist
Piece of Cake – Wedding Favours & Accessories
IPartys – DJ Services
Angharad James Harpist
Curtis & Co Cakes
Little Wooden Stool – Vintage Crockery & Prop Hire
Babes in the Woods – Champagne Hen nights with a touch of the wild!
Table to Dine for – Tables settings, linens, chair covers & centrepieces
Fosters Catering
Pittville Pump Room
Pete Cranston Photography
Miss Emmelines – Vintage China & Accessories Hire
The Flower Girls
The Vintage Rose Company – Bespoke Vintage Centrepieces
Meeni Weddings & Celebrations – Handmade, personally designed stationery, favours, decorations & finishing touches
Gold Seal Photography – New Vintage style Photo Booth
Rachel Louise – Hairstylist
Qetty Bang Bang – Vintage clothing aimed at Bridesmaids, Mother of the Brides & guests and Headpieces
The Slate Boutique – Bespoke slate hanging heart decorations, table centrepieces, heart favours and more!
Charlie’s Country Garden – Homegrown homemade preserves & confectionary for Wedding favours
Nostaglia Wedding Cars
160 Degrees and Rising – Wedding cakes

Real Weddings – Sade & Jonathan

The colourful Wedding of Sade & Jonathan has been captured by Somerset based Wedding Photographer – Jakabi Photography (who they found through MMIS) @ Combe House Hotel, Holford, Somerset on 16 June 2012

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Real Weddings - Sade & Jonathan

Jakabi Photography

May 2012 – The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

Due to the success of our previous Tweetups and demand, we decided it was time to head for Devon again.

Our gorgeous new Venue, Muddifords Court Country House set in the beautiful Devon countryside was for the perfect choice.

The weather on the day was looking rather unpromising however as the evening drew closer it looked like the sun might just shine for us after all!

We arrived at Muddiford’s Court to be greeted by the lovely owners Nicky and Pip. Nat from Jolly Good Wedding and Claire from Weddings by Claire were already working their magic with endless meters of pretty bunting and props, styling the Shippen Barn and the outside Decking area.

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

After setting up, Nicky showed Mr Chimp and I to our sumptuous room ‘Willow’ where we freshened up.

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

The sun shone and our guests started to arrive greeted with a glass of Prosecco or refreshing fruit cup and welcomed by myself, Nicky and Pip. Guests were given a tour of the Venue including the pretty well equipped bedrooms and Shepherds huts set in their own secluded wooded area.

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

At 7pm most had moved out to the large decking area congregating around tables in the sunshine listening to The Lyrics playing upbeat music while tucking into delicious canapés by Scoff Catering and a constant supply of bubbly. The sound of laughter above the music was proof of friendships and connections being formed.

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 – The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

Plenty of giggles could be heard coming from My Fabulous Life’s Photo Booth while guests enjoyed dressing up and posing as Becky clicked away with her camera! Of course, myself and the lovely Becky from Sassi Holford’s almost dragged Nicky in to have a piccy or two taken with us lol!!

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

As the last of our lovely Tweeps departed just after 10pm Mr Chimp and I retired to Muddiford’s very own quirky little bar, Nip Inn to reflect on the evening, concluding another very successful event.

We spent a lovely evening until the early hours with our most welcoming hosts then to retire to our beautiful bedroom equipped with everything you could possibly need. I decided there and then I was going to have a soak in the gorgeous free standing bath before breakfast!

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

After a good night’s sleep and starting the day with a nice cuppa we wondered the grounds and the tranquil lake to the boathouse before heading back to the house for one of Pip’s huge home cooked breakfasts cooked to perfection.

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

May 2012 - The Devon Tweetup

Reluctantly it was time to say good bye to Nicky, Pip and Muddiford’s Court but rest assured we will be back!!!

Abi x
(Chimp 1)

Huge thanks to;

Nicky & Pip – Muddiford’s Court Country House
Nat – Jolly Good Wedding (Venue dressing)
Claire – Weddings by Claire (Helping Nat)
Scoff Catering (Canapes)
Becky – My Fabulous Life (Documenting the evening)
The Lyrics (Entertainment) bellamy.george@gmail.com – 07891 241335