Having now been in the midst of Coronavirus tinged times for over 6 months and with an impending potential second wave on its way, I have been reflecting on how I have truly been through these crazy times. Of course, the potential total lack of income, the unknown and the fear have all taken their toll, but I do feel that I have come through 2020 with a little more self-awareness. Perhaps my lessons I have learned during lockdown will help you too?
Although I have lived in Rutland for almost 20 years, it took me a good 17 to get inside Normanton Church, and I have never looked back. Able to hold up to 3 weddings a day, it's no surprise this iconic venue is so popular. Let me give you my reasons why I love Normanton Church Weddings.
Many of you will know that I am in the middle of a fundraising campaign for Dementia UK. My target is £5000 and I am so close! My aim has always been to raise the majority of the money through live music but since lockdown, I have shifted this fundraising online. I am now thrilled to announce the big final push event to get over the £5k mark...
The next offering in my series of harp recordings is the beautiful Everglow by Coldplay. I am often asked to play this for the entrance of the bride or couple and it really does set the scene beautifully.
Faye Cornhill Photography; Faye Cornhill Coaching; Faye Cornhill Podcaster; Faye Cornhill Author. However you have come across this remarkable woman, she will have undoubtedly had a positive impact on you. I have known Faye since January 2020 when I joined her memberhsip The Wedding Business Club: a coaching membership designed specifically for wedding suppliers. The changes I have made both to myself and my business in these few short months have all been down to Faye and her approach. So, I tentatively asked if she would be part of my blog and she said yes! What followed was an hour long chat about all things weddings, business building and essentially all things Faye Cornhill.
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