Live band hired for weddings and parties in Somerset
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Somerset must be good for ceilidh and barn dance bands, because the Wurzels comedy folk band, who may put it to the pop charts in the late 1970s and early 80s, and styled themselves a Scrumpy and Western band, came from the county. This in the style of barn dance band that we offer for weddings and parties, because our bands are primarily for dancing, but the callers will have their own sense of humour and make sure that every event is something that is enjoyed by all the ages and all the abilities at the event.
The Mendip Hills, riddled with many spectacular caves and gorges, have provided the limestone used in building Wells Cathedral and many other great Somerset churches. South-west of the Mendips, central Somerset dips like a basin to fenlands, drained in the Middle Ages, which are now rich pastures. Further west the land rises again, first to the heathery line of the Quantocks, then to the Brendon Hills, and finally to Exmoor where Dunkery Beacon is Somerset's highest point.
Pump Rooms, Stall Street, Bath. , BA1 1LZ, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding The Ceilidh Idealach Scottish Session Band ref: 4812.3
Royal Crescent Hotel Bath 16 Royal Crescent Bath , BA1 2LS, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding - Lynne and Doug The MS Flute & String Quartet ref: 2001.2
Bath is the most complete and best-preserved Georgian city in Britain. It is also one of Britain's oldest cities, famous since Roman times for its warm mineral springs.
Although the Gloucestershire border lies only a few miles away, the Bath countryside is immediately and unmistakably part of the West Country. The splendour of Bath's stone-fronted houses is reflected in the neighbouring villages, in which the best stone cottages and manor houses hold their own against any in the country.
The city's history begins in AD 44 when it became an important Roman settlement, Aquae Sulis, or 'the waters of Sull, a Celtic goddess. The springs originate in the eastern Mendips, collecting mineral salts on the way, and reaching the surface again at Bath. In AD 973 King Edgar was crowned at Bath; in 1088 the See of Wells was transferred there. The defences of the medieval city may be seen at Borough Walls.
THE ROYAL CRESCENT HOTEL18 The Royal Crescent. Bath , BA1 2LS, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding - Tom & Dahlia The MS Flute & String Quartet ref: 2001.2
Assembly Rooms, Bath, , BA1 2QH, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Bath, BA1 2QH, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding The Licketysplit American Barn Dance Band ref: 4814.1
Bath Assembly Rooms Bennett St, Bath, Avon , BA1 2QH, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding Ceremony The BE Piano Trio ref: 2576
Bath was prosperous throughout the Middle Ages, but its modern renown dates from the i8th century. Early in the century, Dr William Oliver built a bath here for the treatment of gout, and his name is preserved in Bath Oliver biscuits. The creation of Bath as a showpiece of Georgian architecture was the work of the architect John Wood, who settled in Bath in 1727. His building schemes were backed by the Duke of Chandos and by Ralph Allen, a wealthy philanthropist and postal pioneer. The development of Bath as a place for high society owed much to Beau Nash, a talented dandy who brought the elite of London to the baths and to the balls and assemblies that made the city a byword for elegance and fashion. The 18th-century novelists Smollett and Fielding described Bath in their works, and it was still a favoured resort in the 18th century, when it appeared in the novels of Jane Austen and in Dickens's Pickwick Papers. Sam Weller declared that the waters tasted like 'warm flat-irons', and others have found comfort in the thought that medicine usually tastes nasty.
Bath Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset. , BA1 2QH, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding The MS Flute & String Quartet ref: 2001.2
The Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, , BA1 2QU, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding The Coulan Sona Irish Ceilidh Band ref: 4813.2
Electric Bear Brewing Company Unit 12, The Maltings, Brassmill Lane, Bath , BA1 3JL, Somerset
Corporate Party to celebrate 10 years in business The BR Gypsy Jazz Band ref: 6482
Atrium Gallery, The Podium, Bath, , BA1 5AL, Somerset
Hilton Bath City , BA1 5BJ, Somerset
AND NEW YEARS EVE - Entertaining tour groups The SD Jazz Trio ref: 6322
Bath today is mainly a residential town, but its celebrated architecture draws students from all over Europe. The waters are still sought for medicinal purposes and the city attracts many visitors who seek the pleasant country around it.
In the centre of the town the Roman baths (among the best-preserved Roman remains anywhere in England) adjoin the 18th-century Pump Room, and the abbey stands near by. There was an abbey at Bath in Saxon times; it was almost entirely rebuilt by-Bishop Montagu in the I7th century, and much restore. North of this group of buildings and the main shopping street are the famous Circus, designed by John Wood, the equally famous Royal Crescent (the work of his son, John Wood the Second), and the Upper Assembly Rooms, one of Bath's grandest public buildings. The Pulteney Bridge, designed by Robert Adam, spans the River Avon, and fine Georgian buildings and streets abound.
Bath Hilton HotelWalcot Street BATH , BA1 5BJ, Somerset
Entertaining tour groups - Hotel Event The SD Jazz Trio ref: 6322
Bath Hilton HotelWalcot Street BATH , BA1 5BJ, Somerset
Entertaining tour groups - Hotel Event 2 The SD Jazz Trio ref: 6322
Rennie House,2 Walcot Parade, Bath, BA1 5NF, Somerset
70th Birthday party for Frances The EL Jazz Trio ref: 3009.4
New Oriel HallBrookleaze Buildings Larkhall, Bath, BA1 6RA, Somerset
Live music booked for Wedding - Laura and Josh The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.1
Mill on the BrueTrendle Farm, Tower Hill, Bruton, BA10 0BA, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding The WS Function/Disco Band ref: 6115
Bruton us a small town in the valley of the River Brue, which is crossed by a narrow packhorse bridge, known locally as Bruton Bow. R. D. Blackmore, author of Lorna Doone, was a pupil at King Edward VI's Grammar School, which stands on the site of an earlier school founded in 1520 by Richard Fitz James, Bishop of London. A Bruton stable boy, Hugh Sexey, who became the King's Auditor, founded Sexey Hospital in 1638; the carved wood and the triple windows are worth seeing. A three storeyed dovecot on a hill above the town, owned by the National Trust, is all that survives of a 12th-century priory.
Gants Mill Dunkeswell, Honiton, Devon,, BA10 0DB,
Live band hired for Wedding The BS String Quartet ref: 2513
Honiton’s main street is chiefly late Georgian, the earlier town having been largely destroyed by fires in 1747 and 1765. The bypass, opened in 1966, has relieved Honiton of its once notorious traffic jams. The town has long been famous for its lace, produced since Elizabethan times; Queen Victoria's wedding veil was made of Honiton lace. The ancient glove industry is also well known, and Honiton still holds an annual fair in July which began in 1257. The countryside around Honiton is ideal for walking. Within easy reach arc Hembury Fort, the finest Iron Age hill-fort in Devon, which commands a magnificent view of the Devon countryside; the pleasant villages of Gittisham and Combe Raleigh; and St Gyres' Hill, with fine views of the Otter Valley.
Babington House, Somerset, BA11, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding The SS String Trio ref: 2771.2
Orchardleigh House, Buckland Dinham, Nr Frome, Sommerset, , BA11 2PH, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding The WR Ceilidh Band / Barn Dance Band ref: 4396
Full Moon Inn Lower Rudge Frome Somerset, BA11 2QF, Somerset
New Year's Eve Ceilidh The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.1
The Talbot InnMells, Somerset, BA11 3PN, Somerset
Husbands 50th Birthday- 50 guests to dinner The SP Ceilidh/ Barn Dance Band ref: 4560.3
Marquee, Bollow Hill Farm,Friggle Street, Frome, Somerset, BA11 5LJ, Somerset
Rye Hill Barn Rye Hill Farm, Longbridge Deverill, Warminster, , BA12 7DE, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding - Emily and Paul The AG Irish Ceilidh Band ref: 4934
Warminster is a town at the head of the wooded Wylye Valley. Its prosperity as a wool town and corn market in the 18th century has left a heritage of beautiful houses and mullioned-windowed cottages, and two delightful inns.
Although the Army's School of Infantry is here, and there are many military camps near by, Warminster remains an attractive market town.
Dr Arnold, headmaster of Rugby School, was a pupil at the Warminster Grammar School, which was founded in 1707. A 2-mile drive west of the town centre leads to the foot of Cley Hill, 800 ft, on the prehistoric Ridge Way which ran from South Devon to the Wash.
Bradley House, Maiden Bradley, Wilts. , BA12 7HL, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding The WR Ceilidh Band / Barn Dance Band ref: 4396
Fern Bank Westbury Rd Bratton Westbury Wilts, BA13 4TE, Somerset
Birthday/Anniversary/House Warming The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.3
Walnut House, 5 The Butts, Steeple Ashton, , BA14 6ES, Somerset
Jan's 50th birthday celebration The SB Jazz Duo ref: 3041.1
Littleton Wood Farm, , BA14 6LF, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding reception in a marquee The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.1
Marquee in garden of Stowey Stones, Loves Hill, Timsbury, Bath, , BA2 0EU, Somerset
Joint 40th birthday party The JT Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4443.1
The Bath DramaThe Hut, Vane Street, Bath, BA2 4DX, Somerset
70th birthday party The LR Barn Dance/ Ceilidh Band ref: 6218.1
Royal Oak8 - 10 Summerlays Place Bath, BA2 4HN, Somerset
60th Birthday The UR Ceilidh/Barndance Band ref: 6603
Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel Sydney Road Bath, BA2 6NS, Somerset
this is a beautiful historic hotel, sculpted in Bath stone, with impressive stone flights of steps going up to its frontage. The Georgian period hotel is located in 7 acres of private gardens, so is ideal for a summer wedding, where if the bride and groom book a string quartet, they can most probably play out in the gardens during the drinks reception. It has its own spa and health club, but I guess that's not what people would be focusing on on their wedding day.
Live band hired for Wedding of John & Tracey Shinkins The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.1
Monkton Combe School Church Lane, Bath , BA2 7HG, Somerset
End of music course for The Salvation Army The CM Covers Band ref: 6237
Friary Wood, Frome Rd, Hinton Charterhouse, Bath, - in Marquee, BA2 7TE, Somerset
Live band hired for Wedding reception Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.3
Iford Park HouseHinton Charterhouse BATH, BA2 7TG, Somerset
Golden Wedding Family Lunch/afternoon at Home Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.2
St James churchPreston Road, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2EZ, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding The BS String Quartet ref: 2513
Yeovil is a small market town until the i8th century, Yeovil is now a busy industrial centre. It is noted for its 3oo-year-old glove-making industry as well as its more recent industries, which include one of the world's largest helicopter constructors. To the west of the town, near Montacute, is the quarry of Hamdon Hill, long famed for the golden Ham Hill limestone, which has been used for so many of Somerset's villages and mansions. There is a large Iron Age fort on the hill. The museum in Hendford Manor Hall contains a noted collection of firearms, and also some remains of Roman mosaics. Yeovil's Nine Springs, at the bottom of Hendford Hill, are reached by a waterside walk through woods—huge beeches and shaded paths, with nine springs flowing into an enchanting lake.
Yeovil Court Hotel West Coker Road Yeovil Somerset , BA20 2HE, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding Ceremony - Jane and Ian Harpist - Ruth ref: 2418
The Tithe Barn, Pilton, Somerset, BA4 4BG, Somerset
Drinks reception The AN String Quartet ref: 2035
Old East Compton Farmhouse, Compton Lane, Nr Shepton Mallet, Somerset. , BA4 4NR, Somerset
50th birthday party The AK Covers Duo ref: 5786
The first part of the name, Shepton Mallet, is derived from the Old English scaep tun, an enclosure into which sheep were driven for safety. 'Mallet' preserves the family name of the post-Conquest owners of the manor. The town was an important wool market during the Middle Ages, and is now a centre for the cheese industry. The Church of SS Peter and Paul has a magnificent panelled roof. The market cross dominates the market-place, where the remains of the medieval Shambles, or meat market, a rare wooden shed of the 15th century, can be seen. A delightful feature of the town is the maze of little lanes that descend the hill to the north-west of the market-place.
Charlton House Charlton Rd, Glastonbury , BA4 4PR, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding - Erica and Jasvir The JF Ceilidh/Barn Dance Band ref: 6004.1
Highland HouseHenton, Wells, Somerset , BA5 1PD, Somerset
Birthday party - Jane Jazz piano- Philip ref: 3134.1
The narrow and winding main street of Wells is noisy with cars and lorries, but the market square and cathedral precincts escape something of the din. Facing the spacious green is the city's famous cathedral. Its west front is one of the finest in Britain, originally embellished with nearly 400 statues of saints, angels and prophets; but many were destroyed in the I7th century. The cathedral was begun late in the I2th century and completed before the middle of the 14th. Its many features of interest include the majestic north porch; the inverted arches, added in 1338 to strengthen the base of the central tower; the Chapter House; the humorous carved pillar-capitals in the south transept; and the superb Lady Chapel. The Chain Gate, opposite the north porch, leads to Vicar's Close, a street of 14th-century houses.
Caryford HallVillage Hall Maggs Lane Ansford Castle Cary Somerset , BA7 7JJ, Somerset
Zambian Exchange Farewell Party The LR Barn Dance/ Ceilidh Band ref: 6218.2
Village Hall, Holton, Wincanton, Somerset , BA9 8AX, Somerset
Barn Dance The CS Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4983
The Avon Gorge HotelSion Hill Clifton Bristol, BS 8 4LD, Somerset
Dinner party for 40-50 people The ST Jazz Duo ref: 3843.1
Bristol Registry Office, then Hotel du Vin BS1 1JG Followed by BS1 2NU, BS1 1JG, Somerset
Small Family Wedding The LD Jazz Guitar Duo ref: 6311
Cutlers Halls (Brasserie Blanc), The Friary Building, Cabot Circus, Bristol, , BS1 3DF, Somerset
Office Summer Party The DF Funk Party Band ref: 6052
Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre, Bond Street, Bristol , BS1 3LQ, Somerset
Hotel Grand Opening The NJS Jazz Trio ref: 6179.2
Toto's Wine Bar, 125 Redcliff Street, Bristol, , BS1 6HU, Somerset
Nisbets Plc 10 Year Club Function The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
SS Great BritainGreat Western Dockyard Bristol, BS1 6TY, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding reception Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.3
SS Great Britain, Bristol, BS1 6TY, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding reception The Licketysplit American Barn Dance Band ref: 4814.1
Bristol is an ancient and modern city, lively, contemporary and keeping up with fashion, but deeply soaked in history. It grew up around its harbour on the River Avon and as a result the city became a flourishing commercial port from the loth century onwards. As a mark of its importance it was made a county in its own right in 1373, and after John Cabot set sail in 1497 .from Bristol to discover Newfoundland and North America—a year before Columbus landed on the American mainland—it became known throughout the world. Here, too, was founded in 1552 the Society of Merchant Venturers, who did so much to lay the prosperous foundations of the Empire. Bristol's cathedral started as an Augustinian monastery in 1148. The town has some good modern architecture, too, among the buildings erected to replace bomb damage from the Second World War. Rooftop views from the new Broadmead shopping area are as good as those from Cabot Tower, which was erected to commemorate Cabot's discovery of North America. The Theatre Royal, the oldest existing theatre in England, built in 1766, is the home of the Bristol Old Vic Company, and in Broadmead is John Wesley's Chapel. He built it in 1739, and it is the oldest Methodist chapel in the world.
The Bristol Avon is a more attractive river than the Severn, and the Avon Gorge, where the river flows between steep cliffs of limestone, is spanned 245 ft above high water by the Clifton Suspension Bridge, designed by Brunei but not completed and opened until 1864, five years after his death.
In the old quarter of the city outside the 18th-century Exchange Building are four bronze pillars where merchants completed their transactions. The pillars are known as nails, and here originated the phrase 'paying on the nail'.
Prabhu Krupa VillaPassage Road Westbury-on-Trym Bristol, BS10 7FE, Somerset
Garden Party The MR Jazz Trio ref: 3758
Church community hallSt Peters Rise Headley Park Bristol, BS13 7LZ, Somerset
60th birthday party for Philip The LR Barn Dance/ Ceilidh Band ref: 6218.1
Hanham Community Centre, BS15 3EJ, Somerset
Silver Wedding Anniversary Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.1
Hanham Community Centre, 118-124 High St, Hanham, Bristol, , BS15 3EJ, Somerset
Silver Wedding Anniversary Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.1
Tickenham Village Hall205 Clevedon Road Tickenham, BS21 6RX, Somerset
A belated 70th birthday Celebration The SR English Barn Dance Band ref: 4808.1
Clevedon is a small seaside resort on the Severn Estuary. Clevedon Court, now owned by the National Trust, was the home of Arthur Hallam, whose death inspired Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'. He is buried in St Andrew's Church. The novelist Thackeray worked for a time in this house, which retains some 14th-century features, including a chapel on the first floor. Clevedon is a good centre for walkers, standing as it does where two ranges of hills meet. One range runs northwards to Portishead, sloping to steep cliffs by the sea; the other, the larger of the two, runs inland towards Bristol, where it comes to an end at Leigh Woods, and the Avon Gorge, a good viewpoint. On a hill 3 miles east of the town is Cadbury Camp, an Iron Age fortification (not to be confused with the more famous Cadbury Castle west of South Cadbury, in south Somerset).
Kenn Village Hall Kenn St, Kenn, North Somerset , BS21 6TL, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding - Valerie and Matt The FW Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4739
Marquee at Kenn Village Hall, Kenn Street, Kenn, N Somerset. , BS21 6TW, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding The AN String Quartet ref: 2035
Clevedon Hall LtdClevedon Hall Estate Elton Road Clevedon North Somerset, BS21 7RQ, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding - Rebecca and Michael The AN String Quartet ref: 2035
The Grand Pier - Regency SuiteMarine Parade, Weston Super Mare , BS23 1AL, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding - Peter amd Jayne The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Weston-super-Mare The Pier,The Grand Pier Marine Parade Weston Super Mare , BS23 1AL, Somerset
Gala dinner Union of Irish Golf Societies Harpist - Jemima ref: 6369
Weston-super-Mare was originally a small fishing village; now, after rapid growth in the last 100 years, one of the principal seaside resorts of the west coast. It has little of historical interest, but all the traditional features of a seaside town: piers, Winter Gardens, a Marine Parade extending for 2 miles, several parks and a wide sandy beach. There are regular boat trips from Birkbeck Pier at the north end of the front; donkeys, pony carriages and a Punch and Judy show on the beach. A coastal toll-road through woods leads to Worlebury Hill, site of an Iron Age camp, with a superb view across the Bristol Channel to the Welsh coast. Finds from the camp are in the museum in Burlington Street. Another fine view, north-west to Wales and south-west to the Quantocks, can be had from Brean Down, a headland 300 ft high reached by ferry across the River Axe from Uphill, a small village i mile south of Weston-super-Mare. There is a nature reserve at Brean Down.
Beachlands Hotel,Church road Puttenham Herts , BS23 4NG, Somerset
70th Birthday for Carole The MJ Jazz Duo ref: 3679.2
Uphill Village Victory Hall Victory hall, Westfield road, Uphill, Weston-S-Mare , BS23 4XG, Somerset
Surprise Birthday Party - Su The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Marquee, Lympsham Sports Club, Lympsham Road, Lympsham, Somerset. , BS24 0DN, Somerset
Diamond jubilee village dance The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Yarlington Barn Dobunni farm Wick road Lympsham Somerset , BS24 OHA, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding Harpist - Ruth ref: 2418
Webbington Hotel, Loxton, Axbridge, Somerset , BS26 2HU, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding The FSI String Quartet ref: 2642
Axbridge is an ancient town which became a borough before 1066. Its hub is a spacious square, off which there are many small old streets; the High Street contains several historic buildings, including King John's Hunting Lodge, an Elizabethan building that has no connection with King John.
Banwell Village Hall, Westfield Road, Banwell ., BS29 6BA, Somerset
Live music booking for Wedding The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Marquee, Banwell Castle Banwell Somerset BS29 6NX , BS29 6NX, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding of Wendy & Russ The NR Swing Band ref: 6222
The village of Banwell was named after a millpond or well—no longer to be seen—that was said to possess healing properties. The church is among the finest in the region; it has some 15th-century Flemish stained glass, brought from Belgium in 1855. In 1824 a villager discovered Banwell Cave, in which have been found the bones of several wild animals, including a prehistoric cave lion. These are now in the County Museum, Taunton.
Banwell Court, also called The Abbey, was built by Bishop Bekynton of Wells in the isth century, but has been much altered since; Banwell Castle, i mile south-east of the village, is a Victorian folly. Both are privately owned. A village curio is an 18th-century fire-fighting pump, with two poles for pulling down burning thatch.
Bristol, BS3 1AZ, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding Reception Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.3
Holy Cross Primary School Dean Lane, Bristol , BS3 1DB, Somerset
50th anniversary of school The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
Southbank Club Dean Lane, Bristol , BS3 1DB, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding - Mike and Melanie The MB English Barn Dance Band ref: 4315
Tracy Park Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel Bath Road, Wick, Near Bath,, BS30 5RN, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding - Hayleigh and Richard The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.3
Manor Farm Upton Cheyney Bitton Bristol, BS30 6NQ, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding Reception for Rosamund & Paul Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.3
Christ the King Church Social Club 11 Castle Street Thornbury, BS35 1HA, Somerset
St Patricks Family Ceilidh (fundraising) The BA Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4417
The unfinished Tudor 'castle' of the Duke of Buckingham in Thornbury is one of the most imposing Tudor buildings in the west of England. The Duke was executed in 1521 before it was completed.
Earthcott barns, Earthcott Green, Alveston, Bristol, , BS35 3TA, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding The BF Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 6161
Greenfields Hall Winterbourne, Bristol , BS36 1NJ, Somerset
Diamond Wedding - Gordon and Pat Harpist - Ruth ref: 2418
The Folly Farm Centre, Stowey Pensford, Bristol , BS39 4DW., Somerset
the centre is based on a restored 18th-century farmhouse that is within 250 acre nature reserve with ancient woodlands and wildflowers. The centre hosts conferences and does teambuilding exercises for corporate customers, but of course it also caters for weddings in this idyllic setting. This place gives any wedding photographer worth their salt a birth or of photo opportunities in the woods, by Chew Valley Lake, either as this tranquil backdrop with the sailing club is in full spate, I guess you could get some exciting of unusual shots of 49ers hurtling across the water! This the sort of place that a jazz band or as in this case a barn dance band, fits in perfectly, and even the woodlands are a place where our string quartet can play for the marriage ceremony or drinks reception. There's many a time when I've played not only in beautiful gardens but much more natural settings with a quartet. It just needs a bit of planning to make sure that there are chairs and are suitable smooth area for the instruments and music stands, and of course a way of getting them of there without damage, but as I said, that is a matter of advance planning and a good bit of luck with the wonderful British weather.
Live music hired for Wedding Ringerike Ceilidh / Barn Dance Band ref: 4003.3
100 Redcatch Road, Knowle, Bristol , BS4 2EE, Somerset
Joint 30th Birthday for Emeka & Emma The CW Ceilidh/ Barndance Band ref: 4987.3
Goblin Combe Lodge, Cleeve Hill Road, Bristol, , BS40 5PP, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding - Cristina and Matt The HPT Barn Dance / Ceilidh Band ref: 4330.1
Harptree Court East Harptree, Bristol, Somerset, BS40 6AA, Somerset
Scandinavian Midsummer Feast 2015 The JF Ceilidh/Barn Dance Band ref: 6004.2
Fernhill Farm Cheddar Road, Compton Martin, Bristol, , BS40 6LD, Somerset
Christmas Party The BL American Wild West Dance Band ref: 4878.1
Combe lodge, BS40 7RE, Somerset
Live music hired for Wedding of Abby & Rory The KI Acoustic Covers Duo ref: 6201