When a 200-year old Beech was sadly felled at the end of 2017 due to irreparable rotting high up its trunk – Bowcliffe Custodian Jonathan Turner decided that along with the two new Beech trees and an Oak tree planted to replace it, the stump itself presented an opportunity to maintain its legacy…
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We’re not saying that socks, craft ales, aftershave or golf balls aren’t appreciated gifts, in fact, we’d go as far as saying they are a mandatory part of celebrating Father’s Day. This year though, we decided it was time to shake things up a little, and create an event for Father’s Day that will really make your dad (and the entire family) feel special. So here it is, from us to you (and your dad), the incredible Father’s Day BBQ, Bowcliffe style.
Just in case you didn’t get to see Bowcliffe during its rather magnificent clash with the white stuff, or if you (quite sensibly) admired it from your (warm) office window, we braved the cold for you to capture some shots of the Estate in all it’s snow-peaked glory! Besides, we’re British, so to ignore the… Read more »
Rachel and Marek’s wedding on New Year’s Eve was truly the stuff that dreams are made of. With a brief to create an incredible NYE Black Tie Ball, there was something about the decor of all white flowers (flown in from South America) and hallways filled with storm lanterns and flickering tealights that gave Bowcliffe a magical feel. The Hall felt like it had been born to hold such lavish affairs. Top that off with Rachel’s dress – which looked like it had come straight from the movies – dancing until the early morning in The Wing, and a stunning fireworks display at the strike of midnight, it was as close to perfection as we’ve seen.
We welcomed luxury British-born jewellery brand Rachel Elizabeth Wood to Bowcliffe to spend the day shooting a range of the brand’s current collections. Take a look at the behind the scenes photos, plus some of the finished articles.
Black and white with a nod to Narnia. Louise’s 40th birthday was held in Bowcliffe’s Blackburn Wing with a brief was to deliver a party which was sophisticated in style, but with a playful nod to her favourite magical childhood books.