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  • What are the rules of post lock down golf?

    Golf courses were one of the firsts to re-open back in May due to the fact that they’re easily adjusted to social distancing. It was warmly welcomed by the players eager to get out to the golf course. Right away the course filled up with regulars dressed in their professional gear. The weather in those first days was beautiful and made playing golf a glorious experience.

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  • Shops provide queuing customers with umbrellas

    As the lockdown eases up, we find ourselves following rules we never imagined just a few months ago. Constant hand sanitising, not being able to hug your friends and queuing to enter a shop, to name a few.

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  • New Guidelines for Weddings in the UK

    After months of lockdown, finally we can take small steps back into normal life. Of course according to the new government guidelines, weddings celebrations are still very much affected.  The official guidelines permit gatherings of up to 30 people and this includes suppliers, the photographer and the officiant. Guests still have to maintain social distancing rules of 2 meters, if that’s not possible, at least 1 meter plus. It's also crucial that the venue has upgraded safety guidelines in place.

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  • 5 Kids Umbrellas summer games

    Have you run out of activities you can do with your kids during the lockdown? It seems that during the lockdown, the parents have the toughest time working and entertaining their kids. To help, we’ve done some creative thinking and came up with 3 indoor games you can play using kids umbrellas. If your kids don't have umbrellas, see our selection here.

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  • How to plan your wedding in lockdown?

    Planning a wedding is one of the most stressful things people go through. Yet this year some future brides have to continue planning among a world pandemic. Coronavirus turns our world upside down and things we took for granted suddenly feel so important. Planning a wedding in this situation can be harder, especially if your wedding is scheduled for this summer. But if you are just at the beginning of your planning, you can use the situation to your advantage. Here’s how:

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  • How to decorate a cheap umbrella?

    This week we’re getting to terms with the world's current coronavirus situation and  are eternally grateful for people working to help us get through this pandemic. Our thoughts are with doctors and nurses saving lives as well as with the patients fighting for their lives. At Jollybrolly we’re working from home and doing our best to socially distance ourselves whilst staying connected to our customers.

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  • 5 Reasons to Choose Branded Blunt Umbrellas

    Stop searching - we now have the best storm proof umbrellas available to be branded! If you haven’t heard about Blunt umbrellas, they’re the most high tech umbrella innovation of recent years. Designed by Greig Brebner, a New Zealand native who lived in London and experienced the UK's famous rainy weather. He noticed that common umbrellas are really quite dangerous with their spiky tips and that people often have to buy between 1-3 umbrellas a year because they’re so badly made and disposable.

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  • How Does Totes Test Xtra Strong Compact Umbrellas?

    Totes is a very popular brand of brollies and other accessories originating from the US. In the UK Totes provides umbrellas for shops such as Debenhams, Boots, Tesco and many more so needless to say they’re popular! At Jollybrolly we’ve focused on the Totes Xtra Strong Compact Umbrellas range as we know our customers look for something extra when it comes to their umbrellas. But what’s so special about this wind resistant range?

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  • Final To-do's Before your Wedding Day

    Planning a wedding is stressful! After months of organising, when your wedding date is a week away, the stress and excitement reach its highest level. So what are the last steps of your wedding preparations? There’s a lot of them but we prepared a list of ones that are often forgotten or left for the last minute. 

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  • How to Survive the Last Weeks of Winter?

    The last weeks of winter can be hard for a lot of people. It seems that winter drags on forever from the time it starts in December until February and March. Even though the days are getting longer and we do get few sunny days, the majority of the time it’s rainy and cold. Our bodies don’t deal well with this weather, low vitamin D makes us feel depressed and our immune system lowers its defences in cold temperatures. 

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