Just seen the incredible pics from our photoshoot a few months ago.
Here is just one of the most yummy, gorgeous images to emerge.
You may well be familiar with Stinky the hound.
But have you met Lil’ Buddy?
He has just been for an unplanned dip in the Sudbury boating lake and looks reproachfully at his mama.
The best way to celebrate summer is with some live jazz in the Old Caravan Stage.
A perfect combo.
It’s chilly. There’s been a frost on the lower paddock in the mornings. The horses are rugged up.
Before we move into winter proper, just a quick fare thee well and thank you to one of the most amazing summers and amazing wedding seasons.
Pic by Paul Howell Photography.
It’s always lovely to get a thank you and we have lots of thank yous to share with you this season.
This one came today from top female jockey Rosie Myers and her husband William Fell who tied the knot here a couple of weeks ago.
“Thanks so much for providing the beautiful venue for our wedding – it was amazing. Everybody commented on how great a it was. The staff were absolutely delightful especially Gemma – so please say thank you from us it was so nice not have to worry about anything!
Hope the rest of your weddings have been going well and it was so nice to meet you all.”
It was a pleasure to meet you too Rosie and Will, and thank you for choosing Sudbury for your amazing day!
People often ask me what it’s like hosting weddings. It must be stressful, they say.
Yes it is. But it can be incredibly moving too.
Last Friday when so many people lost their lives, Sarah and Stewart celebrated their love. It was a beautiful and timely reminder about the power of love.
I’ve enjoyed this trip down memory lane.
Not only do Jenn and Thomas make me go all gooey inside but the farm on a summer’s evening is breathtaking.
Enjoy the film and thanks for sharing Jono Tucker Wedding Films
Wet weddings really can be romantic.
Hair on the back of the neck stuff.
Photo by Chris Turner Photography