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Wedding News! Rowton Castle’s DJ Will Tudor’s new venture

Wedding News! Rowton Castle’s DJ Will Tudor’s new venture

Rowton Castle’s DJ – new venture – wedding mood lighting…. Hi Everyone – well lovely dry Wedding yesterday at Delbury Hall for Donna and Tom.  Congratulations to you both!  We always enjoy working with Willem and Pippa from Ludlow Catering Company at Delbury Hall Weddings.  We still surprise Willem when we are on time for…

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Rowton Castle’s lawn’s first cut of the year!

Rowton Castle’s lawn’s first cut of the year!

Hi Everyone – Rowton Castle Tweeted its first lawn cut of the year!  Looking lovely especially the new lower patio area!  This romantic Wedding Venue is the nearest one to us – only 10 minutes away – couples often pop along to see us when they visit Rowton Castle.  We have been photographing wonderful Weddings…

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Walcot Hall Wedding Venue

Walcot Hall Wedding Venue

Walcot Hall, near Lydbury North, Shropshire – Unique and very Romantic Wedding Venue Hi Everyone We exhibited at the Walcot Hall Wedding Fayre last Sunday – 24 February – and it was one of the busiest Fayres we have ever been to!  It was fantastic to chat to so many couples about their Wedding plans. …

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Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

Happy Valentine’s Day – will you be making Wedding Plans after 14 February 2013? Hi Everyone If 14 February 2013 works out to be a very special day for you – if you get engaged – we would love to hear from you! To all those getting married this year or planning a Wedding in…

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Hi Everyone – Martin and I hope that you have the most fantastic Christmas and a fabulous 2013.  Enjoy the holidays! If you are planning your Wedding or perhaps become engaged over Christmas – congratulations.  We are a husband & wife team – Shropshire Wedding Photography and surrounding counties. Get in touch and I will…

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