The British Obsession with the Weather Continues
The Summer well and truly made its present felt last week in the UK. With temperatures hitting 32C in some areas of North Wales, the British weather rivalled Greece and the Balearics in the weather stakes (amongst other popular holiday destinations).
So, why are we so obsessed with the weather in the U.K? Our endless fascination is something of a national pastime. While it’s understandable being a little concerned about what we’re going to wear in case of a downpour, the endless speculation (and disappointment) seem relentless.
One understandable reason for planning and obsessing around the weather is the British Summer Wedding. Many people now choose to get married abroad, the weather being a priority for some on their big day. The draw of sunny, warmer climes is inevitable.
However, there is little that compares to the traditional British Summer Wedding. There are some stunning wedding venues in North Wales that offer a traditional British setting and stunning historical interiors. Soughton Hall Hotel in Mold, North Wales is one such location.
Situated close to the Flintshire/Cheshire border, Soughton Hall offers fantastic surroundings that look beautiful whatever the weather (or indeed season). With a beautiful marquee available for the occasion, all weathers are taken into consideration. If you’re not particularly concerned with having a Summer Wedding, Soughton Hall is a particularly stunning location for the increasingly popular Winter weddings and, at least you know what you’re getting with a wedding during the Winter months!
For further information, contact the wedding team at Soughton Hall Hotel on their website or call them on 01352 840811.