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A Glorious Day at the truly stunning Coombe Abbey

On what really felt like the first day of Spring, we turned into Coombe Abbey in Coventry to see hundreds of locals out and about enjoying the sunshine and magnificent gardens. They were unaware, of course, that within the walls of this majestic building Helen Walton and Kevin Lancaster had tied the knot and were feasting on their wedding breakfast amongst family and friends!

Although this was not our first time at Coombe Abbey in the East Midlands, it was our first time performing in the Courtyard Suite there: a lovely, private little area which looked stunning decked out with candelabras, tea lights and flowers!

Helen and Kevin had attended the Hilton Hotel (near East Midlands Airport) for their New Year's Eve event last December and had decided then and there that Adam Thomas would sing at their wedding! Almost three months later he did just that and, joined by The Souljers for act two as well, the Courtyard Suite rocked to anthems such as 'Dance With Me Tonight' (Olly Murs), 'Save The Last Dance' and 'My Girl'.

We really loved the atmosphere, the best man's speech (well done Gavin!!) and, of course, the lovely newleyweds themselves. It's always a pleasure to provide wedding entertainment for such lovely people...

We're so pleased to have been a part of such a special day for them both and wish them lots and lots of luck for the future... They deserve it! Congratulations Mr and Mrs Lancaster :) x x x


Coombe Abbey...

Coombe Abbey was founded in 1150 AD by Cistercian Monks, then known as the Abbey of Cumbe. It has an illustrious past; Dissolution by King Henry VIII, Private residency to royalty, involvement in the infamous Gunpowder Plot to name but a few


With incredible history and a fairytale setting, Coombe Abbey Hotel is the perfect venue for your Wedding Day.

For further information, you can download a copy of the current Coombe Abbey Wedding Brochure or contact the wedding coordinators on + 44 (0) 2476 450 450 or email