Welcome to the exciting world of Inspired Event Management, run by Jenny Loyd, who offers a very personal, tailor-made event planning service, combining the traditional values of bygone eras with stunning contemporary ideas and styling.
These attributes have led to the creation of many stylish corporate events, private parties, weddings and Civil Partnerships, all designed to an extremely high standard, ensuring that both the hosts and their guests are left with indelible memories of a fabulous occasion.
Based near Woodbridge, we have experience of working throughout Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge and London. In addition to the more well known venues, we have access to many private Country Houses and exclusive locations where you may wish to hold your event.
The Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival
Jenny and her team are behind the successful organization of the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festivals which have taken place in East Suffolk since 2006, culminating each year in a weekend extravaganza at Snape Maltings.
The weekend Festival – this year taking place on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th September 2013 at the beautiful Snape Maltings, brings together the food producers, farmers, chefs and the public to celebrate all the wonderful food that is produced, grown, reared and foraged here in East Suffolk. Over the weekend, we will have three demonstration stages with continuous demos taking place by both well known visiting chefs and local Suffolk chefs. In the past Angela Hartnett, Galton Blackiston, Valentine Warner, Mark Hix, Tommi Miers and Rose Prince, to name just a few, have joined us over the weekend. Additionally there will be nearly 100 exhibitors showcasing and selling their produce, there will be musical offerings from Aldeburgh Music, boat trips (tides permitting) on the River Alde and also many hands on intimate workshop sessions for adults and children (book in advance on the Festival website). It’s a great day out for all the family!
Over the following two weeks there are as many as 75 fringe events taking place throughout the countryside – encouraging the public to go out and meet their favourite producers, to appreciate the local landscape and in many cases for the first time, to try out local restaurants that they do not normally frequent through progressive suppers in market towns, i.e. eating a different course in a different restaurant all on the same evening!
More information about the event can be found at www.aldeburghfoodanddrink.co.uk