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Award Winning Wedding Hair and Make up at The Wild Boar

Everything to do with weddings at The Wild Boar is woven around the individual needs of the bride and groom to create a truly unique day and happy memories to share with family, friends and future generations. We love to work with individuals and companies who have the same ethos and impeccable standards and who share our passion for bespoke weddings.

None of those individuals know The Wild Boar in quite the same way as Katie Dale, voted Best Wedding Hair Stylist of the Year in the North West of England 2015. Continue reading

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Beautiful Bespoke Wedding Dresses at The Wild Boar

Everything to do with weddings at The Wild Boar is woven around the individual needs of the bride and groom to create a truly unique day and happy memories to share with family, friends and future generations. We love to work with individuals and companies who have the same ethos and impeccable standards and who share our passion for bespoke weddings.

At our recent photo shoot at The Wild Boar it was great to catch up with Julia Tasker of Julia Tasker Bridal Couture, wedding dress designer and stockist of wedding dresses by leading and award winning British Bridal Designers, Sassi Holford, Caroline Castigliano, Stephanie Allin and Ritva Westenius who make wedding dresses right here in the UK. Continue reading

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Innovative Made-in-Flowers at The Wild Boar

Everything to do with weddings at The Wild Boar is woven around the individual needs of the bride and groom to create a truly unique day and happy memories to share with family, friends and future generations. We love to work with individuals and companies who have the same ethos and impeccable standards and who share our passion for bespoke weddings.

Katie Robinson of Made in Flowers took time out on one of her busiest days leading up to Valentine’s Day to drop in to our photo shoot and contribute a stunning bouquet of flowers for our bride. Continue reading

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Malt of the Month – Glenturret 10 Year Old

This month, George our Wild Boar Master of Malt introduces us the one of the oldest distilleries which is also home to one of biggest selling blended whisky too… 

The Oldest Distillery in Scotland

The the Glenturret Distillery, situated on the picturesque banks of the River Turret near Crieff in Perthshire was granted its distilling licence in 1775 and therefore claims to be ‘the oldest distillery in Scotland’. Continue reading

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Why Choose Laurent-Perrier Champagne

Tim Bell, General Manager at Lancaster House tells us why Laurent-Perrier will always sit proud in the English Lakes wine list.

Winston Churchill said of it:

“In success you deserve it, and in defeat you need it”.

Virtually every leading celebrity will have been photographed drinking it. Here in Britain, we can’t get enough if it, drinking more than any other country in the world outside France, consuming a whopping 30.8 million bottles in 2013. Champagne is still the definitive sparkling wine, the product we all aspire to and wish to consume when we want to mark something special becoming synonymous with ‘celebration’. Continue reading

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10 Romantic Reasons to Consider a Winter Wedding

Traditionally the weather-obsessed Brits have chosen Summer as the time for tying the knot. However, there is a growing trend for a cosy intimate winter weddings. There’s a number of good reasons for this, here are our top ten. Continue reading

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Malt of the Month – Ben Nevis 10 year old

Not surprisingly, as Burns Night approaches, George our Wild Boar Master of Malt chooses his Malt of the Month from Scotland. 

George Hutton, Master of Malt

George Hutton, Master of Malt

The former garrison town of Inverlochy, now called Fort William, is where we are headed for January’s Malt of the Month.

Fort William once boasted no fewer than three distilleries: Ben Nevis, Nevis and Glenlochy. Demolition removed all traces of the Nevis Distillery, the sister to Ben Nevis, and a housing estate now occupies the site. The owners of the second distillery, Glenlochy, converted many of the buildings to a hotel and offices. Although presently used for different purposes, the malt barn, filling store, warehouses, and pagoda roof, remain standing on the site of Glenlochy, primarily because they are listed buildings. Ben Nevis is now the only surviving distillery in Fort William and one of the two still remaining on Scotland’s west coast. Continue reading