Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Out, About and Things to Do - The Royal Wedding

To commemorate the upcoming Royal Wedding, Podium Restaurant at London Hilton on Park Lane has created a limited edition ‘Sapphire Afternoon Tea’. Created by executive chef Anthony Marshall, this special tea takes inspiration from the sapphire engagement ring presented to Kate Middleton by Prince William, including references to the cool colour of this precious stone in ingredients and decorations throughout.

The‘Sapphire Afternoon Tea’ is available from 26 April to 1 May 2011, from 2
to 6 pm daily, priced at £32 per person or £40 including a glass of Champagne.

Fron Farm Caravan and Camping Park - Royal Wedding Weekend
Date: Friday 29th – 2nd May 2011
Admission: Open to everyone staying at Fron Farm Caravan and Camping Park, families can camp from as little as £19.00 for a family of four
About: Head to the picturesque Fron Farm in Mold, North Wales for a weekend of fun family activities.
On the day of the wedding the whole family can enjoy gathering in the barn to watch the nuptials and celebrate with a children’s street party from 3pm. Over the course of the weekend, families can take part in a whole host of activities, including lamb feeding, pony  rides, a fancy dress woodland walk, royal wedding themed kid’s disco and tractor rides.
Information: For more information visit www.northwalesborderlands.co.uk or www.fronfarmcaravanpark.co.uk Frommer’s The Royal Wedding eBook is an guide to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s big day. Written by London-based, royal fanatic Dinah Hatch, the eBook offers insider information on where to go, what to see and how to get a great view of the momentous and historic events taking place in London on 29 April. The guide also features background on the royal couple, as well as maps, procession routes and an all important guide to bars and shops frequented by the royals so visitors can plan their own “royal-themed” trip.
Available to download on iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, Kindle and Android for just £2.99. Other Blog Posts On the Royal Wedding - 11 Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding from Really Kid Friendly Royal Get Crafty at Red Ted Art Galt Activity Zone - Free activities.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks again for the Royal Get Crafty mention - hope every one enjoys the Royal Wedding Crafts and recipes!!!



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