Tag Archives: Kent

Broome Park wedding

A few of my favourites from Emma and Michael’s Broome Park wedding. This was the first time I had been to this particular venue just outside Canterbury in Kent. The bridal preparations took place at Broome Park before all the guests (and me) boarded the hired bus to make the short journey into Canterbury to…

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Chiddingstone Castle wedding

I do love a Chiddingstone Castle wedding. It’s very near to where I live in Kent and I’m very lucky to be able to go to so many lovely venues around this area. The castle itself is situated on the edge of Chiddingstone, a beautiful, rural Tudor village. I had been to the village a couple of…

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Goudhurst wedding

I’ve really got some catching up to do. The blog has been neglected this year and the weddings have stacked up. I’ve gone back to those from last year and have chosen to feature Caroline and Matt’s Goudhurst wedding. Goudhurst wedding I really like Goudhurst and have some good memories of this beautiful Kent village from my…

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Boughton Monchelsea Place wedding

Sarah and Darryl’s Boughton Monchelsea Place wedding was a great one to photograph. I knew a few of the guests and had also photographed Darryl’s sister’s wedding a couple of years back. Boughton Monchelsea Place is a privately owned 16th century manor house with fantastic views stretching for miles and even it’s own deer park below….

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24 hours in Tunbridge Wells

I’d been thinking about doing a photowalk covering 24 hours in Tunbridge Wells for a while. I decided to go ahead with it last Friday whilst walking the dog in the afternoon. I had a spare weekend with no wedding to shoot, so this would be a good time to do it. The plan was…

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