CH @ Priston Mill

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About 'CH @ Priston Mill' Channel

...Christine Hopwood at Priston Mill with behind the scenes wedding venue info..

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[...] The love story featured in last week's Priston Sweethearts post isn't the only time that Priston Mill has featured in a narrative. Previously, it has been mentioned in and even inspired other [...]

History

[...] As surely as Conygre Brook runs by and the large iron wheel rotates at Priston Mill, changes are always taking place on the farm and in the farm buildings here. A recent dip into [...]

Filming

[...] Over the years many people have visited Priston Mill and this week we had a wounded soldier from the Crimean War and Florence Nightingale too! Sam [...]

Meetings

[...] Most of our bookings are for weddings, however, this week we saw the Tythe Barn used for a meeting of the Priston Filling Station and the Watermill for a local NFU evening [...]

Up-lighters

[...] -lighters ,which we had installed earlier this year and can enhance the grey stone walls of the Tythe Barn, are being used more and more now. Couples have the option of having them on and also of [...]

Smart

[...] The ladies and gents in the Tythe Barn have been refurbished and we are delighted at how smart they are looking. Thanks to Dan, Sid, [...]

Winter Weddings

[...] popular time of year to get married. We have already booked all the 2016 Saturdays in the Tythe Barn in March and February with only two definitely currently available in January. Offering warm [...]

Priston May Day

[...] on in the village that day. To start with, especially for those of you who were married in St Luke & St Andrews, you might like to know the church is open. Then there is dancing to watch [...]

Evening with the Knicker Lady

[...] It was a full house for the fundraising evening in aid of Priston Church, St Luke and St Andrews, last night. Rosemary Hawthorne romped through the ages giving us an amusing and [...]

Good Cause

[...] ceremony at Priston Church may like to know that there are Christmas cards for sale featuring St Luke & St Andrew’s. If you are interested in buying some please contact Aylet whose details [...]

Ros & Ollie

[...] day. There were so many highights, from the initial moving and delightful wedding ceremony at St Luke & St Andrew's conducted by Rev Gordon Ripley through to the last dance, but  the best [...]

Lion Dance

[...] This week we had our first Lion Dance in the Watermill garden. During reception drinks outside the bride and groom and their wedding guests were entertained by musicians and an [...]

Photo Opportunities

[...] as they were drawn by the warmth of the last of the Indian summer sun to linger over reception drinks in the gardens. [...]

Storms

[...] for the weddings. However, mid afternoon the skies cleared and it was possible to have reception drinks and photographs outside. In fact the sun even shone! I think the chefs who were  [...]

Fresh Air

[...] with an increase in couples opting to have garden games available on the lawns during reception drinks. Giant Jenga, Connect Four and Croquet seem to be the most popular.... [...]

Ring Bearer

[...] , the bride's 14 year old much loved dog, making an appearance at the outdoor ceremony in the Watermill garden as the ring bearer.... [...]

Roses

[...] roses pictured top right in the Tythe Barn garden and the one  pictured bottom left from the Watermill garden not only look amazing but smell especially wonderful too. [...]

Tree Surgery

[...] amount of work required, including felling a couple of trees in the woodland beyond the Watermill garden to raise the canopy and improve the views....... [...]

Lion Dance

[...] This week we had our first Lion Dance in the Watermill garden. During reception drinks outside the bride and groom and their wedding guests were [...]

Chefs

[...] This week’s post has to be about the chefs. A big thank you too all the PM Hospitality chefs, Martin, Jonno, Dave, Ryan, James and Graham, who have worked amazingly long hours to [...]

Wow!

[...] perfume and it tasted sublime. The cake was made by Ryan Blackman who has been a chef with PM Hospitality (the hospitality and catering company at Priston Mill and Coombe Lodge) for 5 years. Ryan& [...]

Evening with the Knicker Lady

[...] of knickers! Many thanks to her for keeping us so well entertained and to Andy Carveth of PM Hospitality for donating the arrival drinks and the platters of delightful refreshments. Also many thanks [...]

Outdoors

[...] The gardens are looking wonderful and, with the recent spate of sunny weather, many couples marrying at the Watermill this year have been able to enjoy [...]

Smart

[...] the weddings this weekend, was fitting a new carpet.  The old stair carpet leading up to the mezzanine area in the Tythe Barn was replaced with rather a smart striped woollen one. [...]

Mezzanine

[...] The recently furnished mezzanine area in the Tythe Barn is great for evening guests to relax in. The comfy sofas and warm lighting [...]

Mezzanine

[...] For years any ceremony that took place in the Tythe Barn was always held on the mezzanine area with an overflow of guests seated on the ground floor. However, once the Parlour was opened [...]

50th Anniversary

[...] reminiscing as this September marks the 50th anniversary of the Hopwood family moving into Priston Mill Farm. One of the photos we came across was an aerial shot taken of the farm buildings in 1964. [...]

Family Connection

[...] met Charlie Fry 35 years ago I am sure he couldn’t have imagined that his place of work, Priston Mill Farm, would change as much as it has since then. That the Mill would no longer be... [...]

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Priston Sweethearts

[...] This Priston Mill love story began back in 2007 when Martin Jackson joined the team of chefs at Priston Mill. [...]

Voices

[...] The love story featured in last week's Priston Sweethearts post isn't the only time that Priston Mill has featured in a narrative. Previously, it has been mentioned in and even inspired other [...]

History

[...] As surely as Conygre Brook runs by and the large iron wheel rotates at Priston Mill, changes are always taking place on the farm and in the farm buildings here. A recent dip into [...]

Filming

[...] Over the years many people have visited Priston Mill and this week we had a wounded soldier from the Crimean War and Florence Nightingale too! Sam [...]

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