Monday, 9 January 2012

Getting Chewton Place Weddings Back On Track

Chewton Place have confirmed that  Weddings can now go ahead at the venue for new bookings and for those who have not already relocated  Weddings previously booked with Aspire Venues.


The venue had previously closed its doors after previous landlord Aspire Venues went into voluntary administration, sadly meaning many engaged couples deposits and payments being used to pay creditors.


Chewton Place have told us "The landlords of Chewton Place are in negotiation with a new company who are looking to take over the business at Chewton Place and with the intention of continuing to run weddings, special events and conferences from Chewton Place and talks at this stage look very promising.  We do understand this has been a very worrying a stressful time for the bride and grooms let down by Aspire Venues, all of whom have been contacted by the new company and are being constantly updated by them".


                             Image of Chewton Place, Bath


Every wedding is an individual and special event and all circumstances are different. All at Chewton Place are determined that all the brides booked will have their dream wedding, so all the brides are being individually invited to discuss them with us to see how we can make it happen for them, even if they are unable to claim on their insurance or credit cards for lost deposits. Where there is a will there is usually a way!

This sounds like great news for some couples, however many couples with Weddings within the next few months have already relocated their Weddings to new venues. Lauren Lane was due to marry at Chewton Place and had paid £4,500 to Aspire Venues. She is hoping that her Wedding insurance will pay out but she is unlikely to receive anything before her rescheduled Wedding takes place on the 25th February.

Luckily for Lauren a lot of local Wedding suppliers have offered to help out by providing her with complimentary goods and services for her dream big day.She is now getting married at Rookery Manor in Somerset. Unfortunately she lost a lot of her original suppliers who weren't available on the new date.


                            

Lauren still needs a make up artist, hairdressers, evening entertainment, suits for the children and shoes and hair accessories for 3 adult Bridesmaids. If any local Wedding suppliers would be willing to volunteer their time, please contact steph@how2ido.co.uk who is helping Lauren coordinate things.

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