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We’d been to a wedding at Nonsuch before we booked, and knew the food was great, so really looked forward to the food tasting!The canapés – goats cheese eclair, duck croquet, asparagus and pecorino filo rolls and the salmon blinis and pea tart – with drinks were lovely, and our wedding breakfast was gorgeous – ham hock terrine or beetroot salad to start, lamb or sea bass and then a chocolate fondant.“Our save the dates were made with a stamp from ‘The English Stamp Company’ from notonthehighstreet and some luggage labels.She also took us off for a couple of walks (one in the afternoon, and one early evening), which gave us some time away from everyone and some very pretty pictures.All our photos are amazing, and our album is gorgeous.”“One of the things we really wanted was great food.We picked a rose gold ring, with a peach sapphire (I had no idea they came in any other colour than blue) and loved that although it was quite a traditional setting, it was an unusual looking ring.”“As soon as I saw Fiona’s website I thought that she would be perfect and I loved the light in her pictures. We didn’t meet with any other photographers and booked the next day.”“We felt so comfortable with Fiona, and as people who don’t particularly like having their photo taken, and with the atmosphere we wanted for the day, this was really important.
The Lilleshall Company opened its mechanized Donnington Wood Brickworks on Pain's Lane, Lilleshall in 1876.
A local reclamation yard had only one "Mark Lloyd" brick so where did all the bricks that were produced from about 1890 until the closure of the works around 1930 get used?