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seasonal inspiration: dine’s top tips for an autumn wedding

September 6th, 2017 | Rachel Parry

With extensive views across Roundhay Park photo opportunities at The Mansion are in abundance

The unpredictability of the British weather means that couples are looking beyond the key wedding season for their big day, opting for an autumn or winter date instead.

Low lighting, cosy venues and warm comfort food, can make celebrations at these times of the year more appealing to some brides and grooms, despite the shorter days and lower temperatures. So, as we head towards the end of summer (or what was supposed to be!), we thought it was high-time for some autumnal wedding inspiration, which comes courtesy of our fabulous Sponsor, award-winning hospitality and event management company Dine.

Established in 1998, Yorkshire-based Dine caters for more 200 weddings a year as well as offering exclusive private dining. Through its stunning portfolio of venues, the team provide event services for organisations ranging from English Heritage and the National Trust, to the owners of some of the UK’s most notable private houses, providing a varied choice of beautiful big day settings.

For this afternoon’s post, we’re welcoming Dine’s Managing Director, Matt Jones, to the blog to share some of his top tips for planning a wedding at the most colourful turning of the seasons.

The Greek Palladian style, Grade II listed building offers several ceremony and reception rooms

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Matt says: With the right forward planning, marquees can be a great year-round alternative to an indoor venue. With cooler weather in prospect, your event planner will include heating and flooring in your marquee to ensure you and your guests are warm and comfortable, even if the weather isn’t ideal. While Dine boasts spectacular sites for a marquee, an at-home wedding can be the perfect option to enjoy an intimate and relaxed day.

With a marquee being the ultimate blank canvas, an at-home wedding often feels more informal and rustic and vintage themes can be used to create an even more welcoming atmosphere. Encouraging your guests to get involved and create decorations or provide flowers can also make your day, and venue, feel even more special.

With the leaves turning red and gold, an indoor venue might not feel like the right space to take advantage of the gorgeous colourful backdrop. However, choose a venue set in acres of parkland with large picture windows and you have the perfect compromise between taking the guesswork out of the weather and making the most of spectacular views and autumnal scenery.

With extensive views across the 700 acres of Leeds’ Roundhay Park, photo opportunities at Dine venue, The Mansion are in abundance. The Greek Palladian style, Grade II listed building offers several ceremony and reception rooms, all with large windows offering fantastic vistas over the park. The private terrace is the ultimate spot for the bride and groom to steal a few minutes together and take in the autumnal colours.

Plants with little to no foliage help to bring the outside in while keeping links with autumn and the wedding inside

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Autumn menus are all about taste and satisfaction. Warming, layered flavours incorporating plentiful seasonal ingredients are fundamental to ensure your guests are left feeling satisfied. This is even more important as the weather turns colder.

If you’d like to carry the autumnal theme through to your menu dishes, seasonal British produce is at its best just now and an autumn wedding is the perfect opportunity to showcase the very best in the larder. Rich meats like venison, duck and beef are versatile and readily available. Try them in a terrine of duck confit to start, and beef wellington or roasted fillet of venison for a hearty, seasonal main that are sure to delight your guests.

British fruit and vegetables are also in abundance in autumn, fantastic for a side to your flavoursome main or as the star of a dish. Perfect with strong cheeses, apples can be used in any course. For a twist, why not incorporate this classic British fruit into your starters with a Yorkshire blue and leek terrine with a Granny Smith jelly. Or if you’re looking for a richer vegetarian dish, why not take advantage of the abundance of mushrooms available in the UK and treat your guests to a brioche of creamed wild mushrooms with a garlic and shallot hollandaise.

Although often overlooked, cocktails can be a wonderful way to incorporate seasonal flavours. Hot, mulled apple ciders, sloe gin and whisky sampling take the chill off, while nut-based liqueurs like amaretto provide a seasonal base for autumnal cocktails.

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style & substance: box tree events

November 28th, 2016 | Rachel Parry

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Last week on the blog we were thrilled to share with you the fabulous wedding day of Michelle Hudson, events manager top catering company and Brides Up North Sponsor, Box Tree Events. Today we’re delighted to welcome her back to the blog to update us on Box Tree Events’ fabulous offering to wedding couples, whilst also giving us details of an exciting new venture.

So guys, if you’re looking to impress your guests with Michelin quality food and services, and indulge in some truly delicious culinary delights, then it’s time to pay attention. Over to you Michelle…

Images provided by Box Tree Events, by Steve Moran/ Bruce Rollinson.

White chocolate parfait, summer fruits. Box Tree, Ilkley. 26 July 2013. Picture Bruce Rollinson

Can you give us a little introduction to Box Tree Events?

michelle says: We have been in the restaurant and catering industry for some 30 years; the Box Tree Restaurant has independently held a Michelin star for 15 of those years. We provided a wedding for one of our clients who felt they had never had the quality of service or food at a wedding before. This motivated us to explore this avenue and we decided that we wanted to bring Michelin quality and excellence of food service to the wedding industry and provide our clients with an exceptionally memorable occasion.

Which wedding venues is Box Tree Events the in-house caterer at?

We provide wedding catering at a variety of stunning venues around Yorkshire, including Denton Hall, Broughton Hall and Harewood House, to name a few! We also cater for smaller intimate celebrations in the beautiful Box Tree Restaurant itself.

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Tell us about your outside catering service?

We can cater for larger marquee weddings as well as outside events and parties nation-wide. We have catered from many unusual structures, such as garages, utility rooms and barns, we can adapt to pretty much any surroundings!

What types of dining do you offer?

We offer a wide range of dining options, from canape receptions and formal fine dining meals, to hot and cold buffets, barbeques and afternoon teas.

What sets Box Tree Events apart from other catering companies?

We work very closely alongside the Box Tree Restaurant when training staff, creating menus and planning weddings. This enables us to deliver Michelin quality food and service at each of our weddings.

We are not just caterers we have evolved to offer the whole package, we can assist with all aspects of the day: invites, transport, accommodation, table centres, flowers, venue dressing, name cards, favors, toast master and entertainment.

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glorious food: introducing belle epoque bespoke

November 23rd, 2016 | Rachel Parry

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As couples become more creative with their big day plans, the wedding menu is one element of the proceedings which is being given somewhat of a shake-up, with options beyond the traditional sit-down meal growing in popularity. So whether you want a menu to reflect the theme or season of your wedding, or you simply want to serve up your very favourite dishes, you’re going to need some experts who can produce food that tastes as good as it looks.

Fortunately, we have news of a new catering service in the North West, that can do just that…

For the first time in its 43-year history, Knutsford’s The Belle Époque, is to offer fine dining outside of its historic walls, providing event catering to external functions and events in the form of “Belle Époque Bespoke”. As one of the North West’s leading culinary beacons and wedding venues, The Belle Époque has attracted discerning diners, sporting stars and celebrity guests for more than four decades, securing its place within the top 5% of UK restaurants. Having just sampled this foodie gem’s delicious cuisine (and plenty of bubbly!) last night at a North West wedding industry dinner, we can certainly see why (we’re still dreaming of the dessert now).

Whether for events at home, in a marquee or in an external venue, and whether for 20 or 500 guests, The Belle Époque fine dining team will be bringing the same attention-to-detail that has helped maintain its place within the Michelin Guide for a staggering 38 consecutive years.

So for all you foodies out there, we’ll hand over the blogging reins to Kelly Angus, wedding and events manager at The Belle Époque, to give us more details about the delicious new venture.

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Why has The Belle Époque decided to extend its services to outside catering via Belle Époque Bespoke?

kelly says: After providing award-winning food and dining in-house for more than 40 years, we now feel the time is right to extend our offering to people in their own setting. We have a highly experienced outside catering team who can offer exceptional food, service and planning, so it really is the perfect time for us to expand what we do.

What types of dining will Belle Époque Bespoke offer for weddings?

We can offer formal dining, canapes parties, sharing platers, barbecues, afternoon teas, and in fact, we pride ourselves on offering a totally bespoke service, so if you have a wild and wonderful idea we would love the challenge of creating it to our very high standards for you.

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Can you tell us a little about the Belle Époque Bespoke team and their experience?

Our team of fine dining chefs is headed up by Paul Wright. As a former protégée of Simon Radley, Paul trained at the Michelin-starred Chester Grosvenor restaurant. He’s cooked for members of the royal family, along with many of the North West’s most discerning diners. Paul is incredibly excited about The Belle Époque’s expansion into outside catering, and has set his sights on creating one of the finest catering businesses in the North West. Paul and his team have crafted outstanding event and wedding menus for you to choose from.

What would you advise brides and grooms to look for in a catering company for their big day?

Flexibility to create the menu you want, quick response times to your queries and a willingness to take time to understand what you want with a clear plan on each stage of the planning until the day arrives.

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What sets Belle Époque Bespoke apart from other wedding catering companies?

At The Belle Époque, we hold our outside catering services to the same high standards as our fine dining restaurant. We’re proud to have been awarded two AA rosettes, placing us amongst the top 5% of restaurants in the UK. Our numerous awards and accolades give you the assurance that your event management is in good hands.

Beyond the food what other services does Belle Époque Bespoke offer?

As a popular wedding venue, we know how to make sure that events run smoothly. Event management is what we do, so we’ll ensure the process is as easy and stress-free for you as possible. We want you to enjoy your big day, not be worrying about the canapes.

Whether you’re planning your wedding, or event managing a team away day, you want to know that you can trust your caterers to deliver outstanding food for each and every guest. We’re a family business and are proud of our reputation for excellent, friendly customer service. Over the last forty years, we’ve built up a solid reputation for fine dining and event management and have been recognised by the Michelin Guide for more than 35 years in a row.

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Food Glorious Food. Wedding Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner…

June 4th, 2014 | Rachel Parry

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When it comes to your first meal as husband and wife, meat and veg in its simplest form will no longer suffice.  And quite rightly so: wedding breakfasts are not school dinners!  Brides Up North, it’s time to go gourmet!

Food is a very important part of the wedding day. Done right, it’s a celebrational centrepiece and a real treat for your nearest and dearest.  Think flavour, theatre and surprise to excite the senses and taste buds and get your guests talking.  Practically speaking, keeping them fed keeps them happy too – whilst hugely enjoyable, weddings can be long affairs so feeding guests a good meal or at regular intervals throughout the day is advisable. This way guests should remain alert through the ceremony, welcome drinks and speeches and still have enough energy to burn up the dance floor in the evening.

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For couples who are thinking creatively, shunning the traditional soup – followed by chicken – followed by brandy snap basket and mixing up the menu with some more personal food choices will either evoke warm childhood memories or provide a truly memorable meal for guests.  Ask your chosen caterer or venue for their suggestions for an extraordinary wedding breakfast. 

So what’s top of the menu for couples currently planning their weddings?

With images kindly supplied by our friends at Dine, award winning outside caterers, wedding specialists, venue and event managers, who will be more than happy to discuss your culinary requirements for your big day.  Visit their website to see how they can make your event special.

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Brilliant Bowl Food

Canapés just got cool. Try creative concoctions served off iPad trays or yummy combinations of flavours that combine in a portable portion for more informal celebrations. 

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Afternoon Tea

In true British fashion UK wedding couples are picking dainty finger sandwiches, scrummy scones and a wonderful array of cakes to serve their guests, whether as a stand alone meal or as part of a longer series of dining elements.  This is a particular popular option for those having summer ceremonies, outdoor weddings or vintage themed celebrations. It can also add a fun, personal touch as couples can invite guests to bring their own sweet treat recipes to the table in a Great British Bake Off style. Interesting savoury options can be served along with the sandwiches while the sweets that follow can include anything from macaroons and cupcakes to fruit tartlets and mini meringues.

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Nostalgic Nosh

Whether it be bangers and mash or steak and kidney pie, comfort foods and dishes that bring back fond childhood memories are whetting couples’ appetites. This laid-back dining option brings a warm and informal atmosphere to the dining table that will help your guests relax. With the wedding breakfast rule book thrown well and truly out of the window, pretty much anything goes – stew and dumplings, cottage pie, posh fish and chips – although there’ll always be a place for a really good roast in our hearts. 

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Banquet Barbecues

I’m pretty sure that after the Aussies it’s us Brits who love to fire up the barbie. Predominately an option for those tying the knot in spring and summer, a gourmet barbecue wedding breakfast offers so much more than chicken legs and hot dogs. Think locally sourced meat used to create marinated lamb and tiger prawn kebabs or unusual flavoured sausages and burgers such as caramelised onion, chilli, apple or sundried tomato and herbs. You could treat your guests to a succulent cut of steak or perhaps, for a lighter option, some delicious Rainbow trout, or walk on the wild side with Ostrich meat! On the side serve summery and imaginative salad, coleslaw and cous cous dishes.

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Wedding Brunch

As it’s cheaper to get married in the morning, those getting hitched before lunch time can literally make their first meal as a married couple breakfast. A growing trend, which started in America, serving your guests breakfast is certainly one way to make your wedding meal memorable. But it’s not a case of laying out some Special K, toast and crumpets – instead think fun options such as pancakes, omelettes and waffles that allow guests to interact by picking their own toppings and fillings. Alternatively, for those wanting a posh brekkie, why not serve up scrambled eggs and smoked salmon or Eggs Benedict, accompanied by a Mimosa or a Bloody Mary.

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And to drink?

Champagne will always be in fashion, but locally brewed beers, ales and ciders served straight from the keg are becoming increasingly popular and work particularly well for summer fete or festival style weddings. Cocktails remain popular, of course, but to shake things up a little couples are encouraged serve a signature cocktail created purely for their wedding, or hire a pop-up bar where professional mixologists entertain guests by rattling up drinks on request.

I’ll drink to that!

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We All Scream For Ice Cream! Supplier Showcase: Scoops Of Delight PLUS 10% DISCOUNT For Wedding Blog Readers

May 7th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Although its not exactly tropical this May Bank Holiday, I’ll never say no to a double scoop of traditional Yorkshire ice cream.  This afternoon I talk to Brides Up North Featured Supplier Adam of Scoops Of Delight about treating your wedding guests to a cone or two! 

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Make mine a Chocoholic with extra sprinkles…

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How did Scoops of Delight begin?

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Scoops of Delight (backed with five years experience with catering & weddings) began from a visit down South. I noticed a man serving ice cream to the locals from an ice cream bike like ours and thought it was a fantastic idea that could be developed to suit weddings. So that was where our mission began and since then we’ve been serving our ice cream at weddings across Yorkshire to provide the best service and Ice Cream possible for Brides & Grooms. We strive to be the best at what we do and love being a part of your wedding day!

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How does Scoops of Delight work?

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You decide if you require one or more of our traditional 1950’s style ice cream bikes on your wedding day. Then you choose 4/5 flavours of ice cream (depending on your package), and we will offer a selection of sauces & toppings too. It’s all down to what you would like as we want your experience with us to be individual and special for you.

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The ice cream we use is from Brymors Ice Cream Parlour in Masham. We give you over 30 choices of their luxury ice cream to choose from and all of the ice cream we serve is gluten free.

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A few of our 30+ range of flavours:

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Deluxe Natural Vanilla – Natural vanilla flavoured ice cream.

Strawberry – Strawberry based ice cream with strawberry pieces.

Chocolate – Soft milk chocolate flavoured ice cream.

Clotted Cream – Ice cream made with real clotted cream.

Rhubarb Crumble – Rhubarb and cinnamon biscuit crumble.

Fudge Brownie – Vanilla ice cream with brownie and fudge pieces.

Praline Pecan Delight – Vanilla ice cream with praline pecans and caramel sauce.

Chocoholic – A rich dark chocolate ice cream swirled with white chocolate sauce.

Raspberry Cheesecake – Raspberries with a chocolate biscuit crunch in a cheesecake flavoured ice cream.

Espresso – A rich coffee flavoured ice cream.

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As well as ice cream, we’ve had even more requests recently to serve sorbets too. We now give you the option of 10 delicious sorbets, which can go alongside or even instead of our ice cream.

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For our sauces & toppings we supply you with the standard choice of sauces & flakes. We also give you the option of our ‘extra special touches’ which are a select few toppings chosen specially for their high quality. Some of these are Cadburys own chocolate toppings like Flake swirls, Crunchie pieces and caramel barrels… or our special hot chocolate fudge/caramel sauce. You and your guests are guaranteed to love them!

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Why should Brides Up North hire you for their big day?

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Our ice cream bikes are eye catching and create a unique talking point amongst guests on your wedding day. They can also be used as a wonderful backdrop to the pictures of your special day.

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Our staff are traditionally dressed (to match the bikes) and as well as being polite and friendly they are trained in the art of serving perfect scoop portions!

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Most importantly we have a passion for ice cream and weddings. We love seeing the happy faces of just married Bride & Grooms and being able to be a part of your day.

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What can a couple who book you expect on the day?

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We arrive on your wedding day with one (or more) of our traditional 1950’s style ice cream bikes, your chosen flavours of ice cream & toppings, an attractively dressed table for your toppings to be displayed on and a curved chalkboard listing your chosen flavours.

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We have three packages that have been adapted to suit you. Of course all of our packages can be personalised and changed to suit you and your day even more, we always do our best to make your experience with us perfect to the last detail.

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Our first package is our ‘classic package’ priced at £300, this includes:

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Two hours of service for 100 guests.

Crunchy medium waffle cones and/or eco friendly tubs with Spoons.

Your own choice of four ice cream flavours (one serving & enough for seconds!)

Chocolate sauce, strawberry sauce & raspberry sauce.

Cadburys chocolate flakes, Cadburys chocolate chips, honeycomb pieces.

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Why should Brides Up North choose Scoops Of Delight over other similar companies?

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There are a number of reasons why we should always be a first choice. Firstly our traditional bikes are kept traditional at weddings. We feel our bikes are unique and should not need to be dressed up on your wedding, they deserve to be appreciated the way they are! However the side table can be dressed to match the theme of your wedding or it can be left in its contemporary style. In the evenings we add small bright lights to the inside of the top of the parasol on the bike, this adds a cosy feel to our ice cream serving. For winter weddings or those unfortunate rainy days, we provide a matching gazebo for you and your guests to enjoy the ice cream in.

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Since our packages can be personalised this allows pricing to be flexible.  We will not charge you for guests that aren’t going to be there!

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Can you do a discount for Brides Up North readers? 

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Yes we can! Once you contact us just quote “Brides Up North” by the 30th June (giving you plenty of time to decide what you would like) and we will give you a 10% discount on any package!

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How can Brides Up North get in touch with you/ find out more?

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For full information on what we do you can visit our website: www.scoopsofdelight.co.uk where you will find a downloadable booklet on all of the information to do with our packages.

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Or you can contact us directly by emailing us: enquiries@scoopsofdelight.co.uk or by phone: 01423 504 071. 

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Made With Love! Supplier Showcase: CurlyFarmer – PLUS An Exclusive 10% DISCOUNT For Wedding Blog Readers!

March 13th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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I hope you’ve had your Weetabix this morning ladies, because if not, you will soon be feeling peckish! 

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Whilst preparing to post this interview with Brides Up North Featured Supplier Kate of North East catering company CurlyFarmer, I had to keep nipping off the the fridge.  Sadly cold ham and canned soup are no match for Kate’s gorgeous canapés!  Let’s find out how she can keep your tummies from rumbling on your big day. 

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How did CurlyFarmer begin?

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CurlyFarmer are based on a three generation farm in Northumberland, a business developed from a small family run farm and catering business with over ten years’ experience in catering. CurlyFarmer has a growing reputation for delivering mouth-watering, modern menus using locally sourced produce and where possible, using many ingredients grown or reared on the farm.

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CurlyFarmer’s success has seen them land corporate contracts with Banks Group Construction, Honda UK, Catering for large charities such as COCO, as well as providing inspiring menus and first class catering solutions for weddings, christenings, dinner clubs and children’s parties.

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Why the name “CurlyFarmer”?

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Kate has very curly hair and is a farmer – simple!

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What services does CurlyFarmer provide?

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We are able to offer creative, high quality food for large corporate or private functions such as weddings, balls, charity dinners, afternoon teas and christenings, or smaller events such as dinner parties or office lunches., we can take the hassle out of entertaining – either for a larger function or in your own home.”
As part of their commitment to high quality service, CurlyFarmer offer a full catering service, from bespoke menu planning to the provision of all table linen, crockery and personally selected serving staff.

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What areas do you cover? Will you travel?

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CurlyFarmer will travel to anywhere within reason if a custom requires, anywhere outside a 20 mile radius there will be a small delivery charge. The furthest we have travelled is to Sheffield for a Hen party!
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Tell us about the ingredients you use and where they are sourced?

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During particular seasons we try to use what we can from our farm for example our own lamb, garden herbs, salads, tomatoes and some vegetables depending on the crop. All year round we are lucky enough to be able to use our own free range eggs from our own hens, you really can tell the difference.

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Tell us about the new Curly Kitchen that you have been tweeting about?

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We are currently moving into a new Curly Kitchen to accommodate the growing business, bigger and better!

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What is the CurlyFarmer Dinner Club?

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Dinner club seems to be getting more popular with today’s economic climate, staying in is the new going out! A group of friends get together every month, each person takes their turn to host the dinner club and each guests pays for themselves. Making it a cheap way to have a dinner party and socialise, without the stress of cooking a three course meal.

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Tell us about your wedding catering service?

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At CurlyFarmer we understand that you want your special day to be the stuff that dreams are made of, packed full of wonderful, personal moments. That’s why we treat every event – whether it’s an intimate affair or a sizeable soiree – as unique. We’ll work with you to create an inspiring, bespoke menu that best suits your taste and budget, as well as providing hand-picked serving staff and tasteful tableware, managing your catering from start to finish. And because we understand the journey from field to fork better than most, you can be sure you’re getting the finest quality, locally sourced produce, made with love.

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What sets you apart from other wedding caterers?
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We offer a bespoke catering service, whatever you want we will create.  We can cater for anything from 2 to 300 guests.

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Can you give Brides Up North an idea on price?

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A CurlyFarmer full wedding package begins from £24.50 per guest; however as we offer a bespoke service the price can vary with the client desires and their budget.

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Can you do a discount for Brides Up North readers?

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We would be happy to offer Brides Up North readers a 10% discount on our catering services.  Please mention Brides Up North when booking. 

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How can Brides Up North get in touch with you/ find out more?

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E-mail or mobile phone, both of these are attached to Kate at all times.

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kate@curlyfarmer.co.uk

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