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LIVE 24-SEVEN


NA I LCOT E HA L L 2000TH BRIDE


A wonderful Valentine event for all the 2019 weddings booked at Nailcote Hall. Attended by 60 couples, all of which were eager to hear Nailcote Hall announce their 2000th wedding, since acquiring the hotel in 1991, and ‘Bride of the Year’ along with five further prizes for lucky couples!


The winning 2000th bride was named as Siobhan Ramsey along with her bridegroom Earl Allen who have their wedding booked at Nailcote Hall on 24th October this year.


The couple were completely shocked and stunned at their win of £5000 from the price of their wedding! They also receive many other prizes kindly donated by suppliers of Nailcote Hall in celebration of the 2000th wedding to include; photography by Peter Blanchflower, Toast Master by Howard Jones, chair covers by Wedding Wishes and a Magnum of Champagne from Berkmann Wines.


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Siobhan, a Domestic Supervisor and Earl a Local Government Administrator, live in Willenhall Wood Coventry and met at school when Earl had moved to the area from London. They soon became best friends and although their paths went separate ways from their school days, they always kept in touch. The path of true love came a few years ago and all of their close friends agreed they were destined to be together.


Earl proposed during a Halloween weekend in 2017 at Witby Abbey. Siobhan is a very keen Horror movie and literature fan and Earl knew that she would love the famous ruins which were the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s fictional ‘Dracula’.


When looking for a venue for their big day Nailcote Hall was chosen particularly for the historic building and the grand staircase, but more importantly they had a ‘feel-good feeling’ from the staff that greeted them who they both felt were like a family, warm and inviting.


"As soon as we passed through the entrance to Nailcote Hall we were greeted with such warmth and care that it felt like visiting family. The staff and patrons were so happy and relaxed it removed all worries and doubts from our minds. Nothing was too much trouble for them as they shared in the excitement of planning our wedding. Nailcote Hall is easily one of the most breathtaking venues around! The grand staircase just blew us away and we knew from the moment we saw it, that this was the place we wanted to declare our love for each other. I can’t believe that I’m going to be the 2000th Bride of the Year. I feel so lucky to have been chosen and that I get to share the honour with my husband to be and the day with all our friends and family."


Rick and Sue Cressman, owners of Nailcote Hall along with their staff wish their 2000th bride and bridegroom every happiness and are looking forward to congratulating Siobhan and Earl on 24th October.


Now the search for Nailcote’s Bride of the Year 2020 starts all over again. To enquire about your wedding day or to visit for a show around the beautiful venue please call the hotel on 02476 466174or for more information please visit the website at www.nailcotehall.co.uk


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WEDDINGS NAI LCOT E BRIDE OF THE YEAR


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