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Exclusive Venue Hire at Broadoaks

Category: Broadoaks News Date: 1st March 2018

When it comes to planning a celebration for your special occasion, there are lots of things you need to bear in mind: the budget, the food, the decorations and the guest list, to name just a few.

However, one of the most important decisions that needs to be made is also usually one of the hardest: the venue. Your choice of venue will largely depend on the type of event you’re holding, the atmosphere that you want to create, and the number of people you want to attend, but how do you choose?

Here at Broadoaks Country House, we have lots of different options for exclusive venue hire available for your special occasion, from just £2,995, so read on to find out more.

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10 Reasons To Book A Romantic Break In The Lake District

Category: Things To Do Date: 2nd January 2018

If you’re thinking about somewhere perfect for you and your loved one to just get away from it all, then you need look no further than the Lake District.

This UNESCO world heritage site is without a doubt one of the most romantic spots in the whole of the UK, and if you need any more persuading, here are just ten reasons why you should book a romantic break and experience it for yourself!

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5 Great Ways To Spend New Year’s Day In The Lake District

Category: Things To Do Date: 20th December 2017

New Year’s Day is a time of confusion for many of us: we’re still in the period between Christmas merriment and going back to work, we’re not sure what day it is and we might even be feeling a tad on the rough side after what we drank the night before.

However, it doesn’t have to be like that every year and, if you’re staying in the Lake District, New Year’s Day offers you plenty of options when it comes to things to do.

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7 Romantic Song Lyrics That Make Excellent Wedding Readings

Category: Wedding Tips Date: 8th December 2017

Choosing a wedding reading is a really big decision when planning your ceremony. It’s the chance to tell your partner how you truly feel and express your love for one another.

However, there’s a lot of pressure on achieving the perfect reading and many couples experience a bit of writer’s block in the process.

Choosing a wedding reading is a really big decision when planning your ceremony. It’s the chance to tell your partner how you truly feel and express your love for one another.

7 Romantic Song Lyrics That Make Excellent Wedding Readings

 

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A Beginner’s Guide To Writing Your Wedding Gift List

Category: Wedding Tips Date: 7th December 2017

There are lots of important decisions to be made when planning your wedding and one of the most important ones is also one of the most delicate: gifts.

Whilst it’s traditional to have a gift list, many couples feel awkward about writing one and are unsure where to start. In fact, some newlyweds avoid it altogether by choosing to ask for money or charitable donations instead.

But, if you’ve decided to opt for a wedding gift list, here are some pointers to help you on your way.

A Beginner’s Guide To Writing Your Wedding Gift List

 

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10 Top Tips For Choosing The Perfect Wedding Photographer

Category: Wedding Tips Date: 6th December 2017

When it comes to capturing your big day, finding the right photographer is so important. Your wedding is a day you will want to remember for a long time to come, and even show future generations, so having shots you really love is key.

There are so many things to consider, and if you’ve only just started the planning process and are perhaps feeling a little overwhelmed, we thought we’d put together our top 10 tips to help you find the perfect person to capture your wedding day.

 

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21 Things You Didn’t Know About the Lake District

Category: Things To Do Date: 3rd December 2017

The Lake District is one of the most visited parts of the country, with millions of visitors every year flocking to enjoy the region’s lakes, fells and villages.

However, there’s a lot of things that many people don’t know about this beautiful tourist trap, and here are just some of them.

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