Posts by lyndahulme

Unlimited Prosecco

                                                                                                                                             Prosecco, Prosecco, lunch, Prosecco, Prosecco… getting the idea? With Freedom’s Bottomless Lunch the prosecco just keeps coming, perfect and cheers.                          Unlimited…. bottomless….free flowing…. words that are music to ears of any lady tasked with organising a hen party. Good food and glass after glass of Prosecco are the recipe for success. Freedom teamed up with Strada for this *NEW* hen party activity, choose 3 courses from a simply tempting menu and

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Pampered Hens now get over 200 Activities

The hens of 20 years ago loved pampering, the chance to spoil themselves and indulge in some ‘me time’ won out over and over and over again. In 1996 72% of all Freedom hen parties included some form of pampering, so yes a lot. Times change, progress is made, trends evolve.   But guess what? Yes you’re right with us, Pampering still holds its place in our top 5 most popular

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Hen Party Games

Games for your hen night are invaluable as warm ups, breaking the ice, getting everyone involved and of course starting the drinking! It’s often the case that not everyone knows all those on the invite list. I’m going to the hen party of my nephew’s bride-to-be and will only know her and family members. So yes games can be a great idea and at Freedom we often get asked for

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Hot for 2016 Hen Parties

Working for hen party planners Freedom gives me an insight into what will be hotter than hot as 2016 hen party activities, so being the kind soul I am I thought sharing is caring. Bubble MayHEN Bubble football certainly took the stag market by storm and why should the boys have all the fun. No, No, No. Girls those inflatable zorbs are so much fun and actually a good workout too.

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Hen Party… Plan, Plan, Plan

ESSENTIAL ADVICE Having worked in the hen/stag business for over 10 years I’ve seen changes, but one thing that remains constant is the need to plan. Follow my 10 step guide and nothing will get forgotten, missed out or overlooked. 1. Consult with Bride It’s her big celebration, it should be all about her. So check out if she has any particular ideas, themes, destinations, dates in mind. 2. Date

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