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Claire added: “Given how hard hit the


hospitality sector has been over the past year or so, everyone has needed to get a little bit creative. We’ve all become used to things like drive-in cinemas and comedy shows, or micro-weddings that are smaller and so maybe need to be a little bit special. “But even before COVID, we were seeing


a move towards outdoor events. Weddings are often more relaxed and informal these days, and a woodland wedding, for instance, is a truly memorable event. Corporate events like team building days are always better outdoors and the popularity of music festivals and country fairs is growing all the time.


“We understand that there is a lot to think


indeed, already-busy venues that make the most of their indoor space but haven’t capitalised on the possibilities that lie outdoors. Borrow My Garden has a checklist detailing the


licences, safety assessments and insurance cover that is needed in order to get started, and advice is readily available through the Live Chat function. Landowners and suppliers pay an annual listing fee, and there will be a buddy system, so that those new to renting out land will have someone more experienced from their own sector that they can turn to.


about, both for the landowner and the client, and that’s why we want to bring everything together in one place, from what public liability insurance you need to where to fi nd a mobile wine bar or decorations and lighting for an outdoor event. “For landowners, this year could provide an excellent opportunity to


try it out and see how it goes. Given the circumstances, there is expected to be a lot of interest as we emerge from lockdown and it’s the ideal time to make some land available, get everything in place and start off small and then, when they see how it works, how straightforward it is, it’s something to build on in the years to come.”


For more information about Borrow My Garden, visit www.borrowmygarden.co.uk


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