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  • 3 Golf Courses to Visit This Spring

    Its the end of winter, end of lockdown and everyone just wants to go out and enjoy life. If you’re a golf player, you can start planning golfing trips and exploring golf courses around the UK. 

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  • How to Plan a Spring Garden Wedding?

    Weddings in the UK are allowed to go ahead from 12th of April however it's only for 15 people. We assume that knowing that bigger weddings are allowed from 17th of May, most couples will hold off until at least that day. Even though weddings are now permitted, there are still rules in place and social distancing remains an important factor in planning a wedding. That’s why garden weddings are more popular than ever.

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  • How to plan for a rainy wedding?

    Every bride has a beautiful sunny day in mind when they visualise their wedding day. Flowers, warm temperature, time outdoors but we do live in the UK and the weather here is more often grey that sunny. You are very lucky to have a sunny day wedding! But rainy day is not always bad. It's not bad at all if you plan for it!

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  • 3 British Summer Activities to Start Planning Now

    After a long winter, we finally feel like Spring and Summer are just around the corner. Hopeful about the end of the pandemic, we can start planning Summer activities. We’ve been at home for so long it feels overwhelming to even imagine going out but it will be a reality soon. See our list of 3 British Summer activities to start planning now:

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  • Everyone is playing golf post lockdown

    There have been changes since we last reported on golf! It appears that many people were convinced to start playing golf since the lockdown eased. There has been an increase of 20 thousand new golf club members according to England Golf, the governing body for amateur golf in England. 

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  • How to plan a post lockdown wedding ?

    Planning a wedding is always stressful but this year it seems that all the bridal nightmares all came true with the pandemic and wedding season being practically cancelled. People are still getting married but it’s definitely not as joyous and grand as we are used to. I can imagine going ahead with the wedding this summer feels quite nerve wracking and filled with doubt. It seems that the pandemic wedding rules ( read about them here) make it impossible to have fun at a wedding.

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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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  • Rainy Day Activities for Energetic Kids

    Don’t you love staying in when it rains outside? It’s lovely to cosy up indoors with blankets, snacks and good TV. Sounds like a great time if you’re a grown up but if you’re an energetic child you may want to go out and let out your energy in the rain. As long as your child has a kids umbrella or a raincoat on and a pair of boots, there should not be a reason to not let them play outside. Here’s some ideas of activities highly energetic children might enjoy playing in the rain.

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  • How to get prepared for winter golf?

    Autumn is beautiful, playing golf is still fairly easy and you can enjoy the mild weather but weeks go by fast and soon the colder weather will emerge and chase players off the golf course.For true golf enthusiast that does not mean the end of playing. It's time to get prepared for winter golf. It does take some effort but it is possible to enjoy golf in the harsher environment. Muddy ground, playing in the rain and wind are just some of the conditions you have to keep in mind when getting prepared.

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  • Top 6 Autumn Family Activities

    Autumn is a great time for family fun. Its cosy and colourful - perfect for walks and crafts. Even though it does get dark earlier, you can use this time to create art projects with your kids and during the weekend take a walk in nature. A National Park walk will be relaxing while keeping your family active. Even if it rains, you can grab some children's umbrellas and wellies and jump into puddles.

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