Hornington Manor at this time of year is bustling with joy not only with our beautiful weddings, but for the new life it brings with the baby lambs.
On the morning of Johnny and Liz's wedding, the baby pet lambs had a special treat when Johnny came and gave a helping hand to feed them. This definitely helped calm Johnny’s nerves which were understandably taking hold. With the help of eight more of their guests, the pet lambs were soon fed and it was time to start the preparations for the day.
Friends4Dinner really do stay true to their name! The local catering company which supplies lots of yummy food to our weddings and corporate events at Hornington Manor have been great friends to the Hornington team during our busy lambing period.
What a special day for a winter wedding! After the recent rain, the unexpected change in the weather meant it was wonderfully sunny. The ladies made a spectacular colourful array in their Sari’s and equally the royal blue gowns of the beautiful bridesmaids.
This wedding from the start was full of laughter, love and joy.
My first duty was to find the groom and to introduce him to the ladies conducting the civil ceremony. I approached a group of guests to ask if they knew where he was – one of his friends who thought I’d said “Where is the broom”, replied “Well there is one in the cupboard in the main kitchen, and he will probably be in there”. Only my goodness he’s getting cold feet was my initial thought, and then of course he appeared with all smiles. Chris was watching the football, a match between Middlesbrough, which is his team, and Man
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