Annmarie Ridgway

Posts by Annmarie Ridgway

What a great time to celebrate.

I know that I am not really allowed to have favourite times and opinions, however I can not let this time of year go without expressing how much I love this time of year. The cold outside, the warm and cosy inside. The colours in the trees and countryside and then all the celebrations and reasons
+ Read More

Wedding!! who has got married

  On Saturday Portsmouth Hero’s were invited to attend a charity pampering afternoon in Cosham for Portsmouth MS Society. We arrived around 1pm and was told that a table was set up for us. We felt a little odd and embarrassed as we were only going to give out some leaflets and flyers. We did
+ Read More

Sponsored Fire-Walk

Charity Event Prepared by Annmarie Ridgway and Tresslyn Taylor. Heroes of Portsmouth Past and Present.   Event Summary Every event that we organise and produce is different and special. Each has its own distinct audience, tone, and personality and business objectives. Heroes of Portsmouth Past and Present will be no different, we will ensure that
+ Read More

Meeting with Daisy Mac Flowers

After a very interesting meeting and walk around the Guildhall on Tuesday, Tress and I had another meeting on the Wednesday with Daisy Mac Flowers. Daisy owns her own Wedding shop and designs people’s tables and wedding venues. Now we are lucky that Tress and I have the same vision, want the same colours and
+ Read More

Charity at Inn Lodge Portsmouth

Portsmouth Hero’s has become a much larger event than we first imagined. We now have a whole day of variety, fund raising and family fun. Which has is amazing and daunting at the very same time. I’m glad that i am doing this with another company, it means that we can bounce ideas of each
+ Read More

Charity Thank you

Thank you from the Pink Pub in Bognor for our charity contribution towards the Snow-Drop Foundation.    

Wedding tips (f)

          F is for…… Favours:- Favours show your guests how much you appreciate their presence with a thoughtful favour. Skip the candle or cookie (old news!) and consider petite treats with a purpose. Think silver luggage tags, cool coasters or corkscrews, or packets of sophisticated cocktail mixes to go. If you’re
+ Read More

Curse of Kaskaskia

Curse of Kaskaskia

A new settlement was started along the western edge of the Illinois region in 1703 and it was called Kaskaskia. For more than a century, it was the commercial and cultural capital of Illinois. Little of the city remains today, although it was once a prosperous and thriving settlement. Strangely, many believe that the city
+ Read More

Wedding tips 6 (E)

Wedding tips 6 (E)

Emergency kit Don’t leave for the ceremony without an emergency kit packed with essentials for tackling common wedding-day mishaps like torn hems or broken heels. Some must-haves: double-sided fabric tape, a small sewing kit, superglue, deodorant, breath mints, clear nail polish, moleskin and tissues. Engagement parties These are entirely optional, but they can be a
+ Read More

Myths – Bloody Mary

Myths – Bloody Mary

She lived deep in the forest in a tiny cottage and sold herbal remedies for a living. Folks living in the town nearby called her Bloody Mary, and said she was a witch. None dared cross the old crone for fear that their cows would go dry, their food-stores rot away before winter, their children
+ Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12