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Joanne & Joshua’s Wedding – Hampton Manor, Solihull.

Joanne & Joshua were married at the very grand Hampton Manor, and we had THE best time with them and their guests!. Another corker of a wedding! How we get to do all the best weddings we’ll never know. A big thank you to our bride and groom, Jo & Josh and family for having us on their special day.

Ashmore Brothers Live Music, Ashmore Acoustics, Live Wedding Music, Wedding duo

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Steve & Emma’s Wedding ~ The Kings Arms, Chipping Campden

 

So at the weekend we had the pleasure of performing at Steve & Emma’s wedding in the gorgeous village of Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds – we love heading down there as everywhere is such a picture! We performed a special song for their first dance, and we really believe Steve could be our third member with a cracking voice and impeccable fashion style to match! 😉 Thank you so much for having us folks, we loved every minute of partying with you and all your guests! Liam & Matt

Ashmore Brothers Live Music performing at Cotswold Wedding

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Amy & Luke’s Wedding – Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire

Amy & Luke were married in the romantic setting of Kenilworth Castle in September 2014, and we had a ball providing entertainment for their evening reception. A wedding of around 50 guests meant their was a very intimate special feel around this wedding and every detail had been carefully thought through. Matt and I were treated to a private tour of the castle by Louise & Matthew from English Heritage whilst guests enjoyed the wedding feast. We have to say both Louise & Matthew were absolutely fantastic! We were so well looked after, we felt like Kings. We would like to thank Amy & Luke for having us on their special day, and wish them all the best for their future together.

Kenilworth castle is the finest surviving example of a semi-royal palace of the later middle ages, significant for its scale, form and quality of workmanship. The castle was the subject of the six-month long Siege of Kenilworth in 1266, believed to be the longest siege in English history, and formed a base for Lancastrian operations in the Wars of the Roses. Kenilworth was also the scene of the removal of Edward II from the English throne, the French insult to Henry V in 1414 (said by John Strecche to have encouraged theAgincourt campaign), and the Earl of Leicester‘s lavish reception of Elizabeth I in 1575.

Kenilworth Castle, evening entertainment

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