Book now for a Fabulous Special Gift

We have decided to give an early Christmas present to all couples who book their wedding before December 20th.  Book now and we will give you complimentary Finshing Touches to match your theme.  This will include chair sashes in your choice of colour or our beautiful lace hoods, table runners, lanterns and uplighters.  Everything you need to make your colour scheme come to life without you having to pay a penny.

This gift is worth approximately £500 based on an average sized wedding.

NB: Offer is for full price weddings only.

 

 

 

 

Have you ever fancied making your own Christmas Wreath?

Christmas is fast approaching (or so the adverts on television are saying) so why not join us to learn how to make your very own festive wreath?

We have joined together with Tanya Ellis, the owner of Bluebells Florists in Droitwich, to put together two Festive Wreath Making Workshops for just £35 per person on Wednesday 29th November from 7pm until 9pm and on Sunday 3rd December from 3pm until 5pm.

All of the materials will be supplied along with mulled wine and mince pies to help you get in the Christmas spirit.

Call Tanya on 01905 412450 or email bluebellsofdroitwich@gmail.com to find out more and book your place.

Are you looking for a beautiful Winter Wonderland wedding venue?

Here are a few photographs taken from previous winter celebrations.

Twinkling fairylights, christmas trees and cosy gatherings of friends and family - a winter wedding at Manor Hill House really could offer you everything for your idyllic day.

Let our expert Wedding Coordinators advise and guide you to find your own unique theme with ideas to make your day every bit as perfect as your dreams.

Are you looking for a romantic, rural setting for your rustic wedding?

Why don't you take a look at our beautiful rural setting.

We are so lucky to have so many fabulous photo opportunities in and around Manor Hill House, but probably our most favourite this year is the oil seed rape field.

While we have been watching the local farmer harvest the field, it's really got us thinking about the abundance of fantastic pictures we have had this year of some of our lovely couples.

So, whether it's the vivid and vibrant yellow of the full blooms if you choose a spring wedding, the romantic wisps of the early summer ripened seeds or the late season golden stubble, I am sure you will agree the photographs are just stunning.

Open Day - Sunday 15th October 2017 12pm -4pm

Our open day is for everyone. It may be that you are just starting looking at somewhere to hold your special day and would like to get a full tour with one of our team and sit down for a  chat and a quote based on your bespoke day.  Or maybe you have already been to see us once and would like to bring family and friends before you make a final decision.

And lets not forget all of our fabulous couples who have already booked their date with us. Why not take this opportunity to have another wander around the venue, or meet up with some of the suppliers off our recommended list.

If for no other reason, it is always worth coming along when the chef is handing out canapes and the bar is pouring a glass of fizz.

If you just want to come for a casual visit then no appointment is necessary, but if you would like to sit down with one of the team then contact us on 01527 861200 and we will book you an appointment.

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

 

St Michael and All Angels Tower Appeal

On Sunday 23rd July we held a Pimms and BBQ event to raise funds for the Stoke Prior Tower Appeal.

The appeal was launched after experts declared that the ramparts on the tower at St Michael and All Angels Church in Stoke Prior are in dire need of structural repair, which could cost as much as £150,000.

The grade one listed sandstone building dates back to the 12th century, but only the tower and nave survive from that time, with other sections being rebuilt in the 13th and 14th centuries.

It was restored in the 1800s by Droitwich entrepreneur John Corbett, known as the ‘Salt King’, who is buried on the site, and the 40 foot tower, with its additional broached spire is a local landmark.

Architects have visited the building to assess the damage and reported wide open joints between many of the stone blocks, which could be in danger of collapse, and further damage where the unprotected stones have fallen out of alignment with one another.

The spire has been targeted over the years by woodpeckers which have damaged the shingles, leaving a number of holes, while plants are growing out of several of the holes.

To see such a beautiful church fall into disrepair would be devestating and we want you to help us to help them.

The day was a huge success and if you wish to make any further donations please contact Christine Huzzey on 01527 831706 or email cwahuzzey@btinternet.com

The Cheltenham Festival Charity Event

We would like to say a big thankyou to everybody who supported our two Cheltenham events in order to raise funds for Primrose Hopsice and Midlands Air Ambulance.

We shared some delicious food whilst listening to top tips from our racing pundits and all of our guests had a fabulous time.  There was a lot of noise during some of the races so we hope that means everybody had a winner.

Special thanks to all of those who donated their time for free to make the events such a huge success.