Monthly Archives: January 2015

Cranberries Hideaway wedding photographer

Planning a real country wedding? Cranberries Luxury Hideaway in Kilmington, Devon is just the venue. Tucked away in the hills near Axminster, East Devon, it has stables attached, unspoilt countryside on all sides & views down to the Jurassic coast, makes easy work for a wedding photographer especially when a handsome groom arrives on horseback…


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Wedding photography at The Deer Park Country Hotel near Honiton, Devon

If you’re choosing a wedding venue check out near Honiton in Devon. A beautiful house in peaceful, stunning grounds, it provides fabulous opportunities for wedding photography in the heart of the Devonshire countryside. It offers clay pigeon shooting, a giant zip wire & lots more in the way of fun, the rooms are spacious, the food delicious & the staff particularly friendly. For more images go to
As a wedding photographer in Devon it’s one of my top 10 venues!


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wedding fayre at The Castle Hotel, Taunton

Fabulous & busy wedding fayre at The Castle Hotel in Taunton, Somerset yesterday.
Very well organised as ever by Love Actually Weddings
Lwith lots of friendly suppliers for weddings in Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Bristol & beyond.


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Winter wedding at St Audries Park, West Quantoxhead, Somerset

Congratulations to David & Emma whose winter wedding at St Audries Park, West Quantoxhead, Somerset was a real day to remember.  The venue, with it’s friendly staff & magnificent grounds, made a stunning setting for the wedding party in their seasonal colours.  Much fun & merriment was had with the trusty Landrover & beautiful dogs joining in.  A lively Ceilidh in the great Hall made a perfect end to the festivities.


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HRH Prince Philip with Martin Palmer & ARC Partners

To Buckingham Palace again in December with Dr Martin Palmer where the partners of ARC ( dined with HRH Prince Philip.   Preceding the meal speeches were made & representatives from The World Bank, UNICEF, The Nature Conservancy & various faith communities discussed environmental issues.  Further talks were hosted at The Old Deanery by the Bishop of London The Rt Revd & Rt Hon R. Chartres KCVO DD FSA.  Inspiring & informative with plenty of laughs thrown in!

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