Diary and Testimonial
Errol Park's most interesting feature is the rotunda shaped stable block with octagonal tower, this is where events are held. Charlotte and Kerris were married on 5th November, we heard the sound of fireworks outside and saw the guests line up, holding sparklers in the torch-lit stable yard, as the happy couple proceeded to walk down the centre. Stage lights and all manner of ornaments adorned the walls, and lanterns hung from the roof beams. A relative of the couple sang a rendition of Ho Hey as the first dance and the ceilidh began. The kilted Yorkshire contingent made an effort to dance all of the ceilidhs and the groom wouldn't stop feeding us, altogether a lively and generous bunch. Waiters regularly came out to serve the guests all night, a luxury you are not usually afforded at wedding venues. While carrying a tray of water to my bandmates, wearing waistcoat, white shirt and tie, I was nonplussed when asked to bring a fresh bottle of wine to the wedding couple's table. The evening of dancing was rounded off well when were gifted a few toffee apples just before packing up.
"We could not thank or recommend Staffin Island enough for their performance at our wedding. So many of our guests have commented how great a time they had dancing. Chris did such a fantastic job of rallying a pretty rowdy bunch of tipsy Yorkshire folk who had no clue what they were doing! You all really made sure it was an amazing night. Thank you so much! "
An Easy Anniversary to Remember