By Audlem Webteam - 15th June 2012 7:01am
There's an interesting new local company that will be a brilliant contact for any events you are planning.
Even better, there are preferential rates on their services available to Audlem Online readers and local residents.
You may well have seen them at the Festival with their Speakeasy which was set up in the village centre.
Happy Heritage provides authentic vintage prop hire, along with vintage events for numerous occasions, channelling their passion for the past to arrange an event that is truly unique, inspired and captures the essence of an era.
From Mad Men themed Hen parties to a 1920's pop-up speakeasy to quintessential Afternoon Tea and croquet on the lawn, Happy Heritage brings new life to authentic props, with over 650 pieces that span 100 years of vintage.
Creating memorable events, parties and supplying charity and corporate events, Happy Heritage can transform you to another time and place, supplying everything from the teacups, décor, catering, makeovers, props and much more, to ensuring the smallest of details to co-inside with the period or theme of your choosing.
Perfect for those seeking a way to celebrate with a difference, entertain guests and clients, or simply bring the days of the past right up-to-date, Happy Heritage really can deliver your visions of vintage, and have even been awarded with the "Certifcate of Excellence" for all things vintage 2012 by Insight Magazine.
Blossoming from founder Laura Jackson-Woods' passion for bygone times, Happy Heritage has evolved from supplying authentic props to arranging whole events, parties and more.
Laura lives with her husband Paul just outside of Audlem in Buerton /Hankelow with their two young daughters.
Laura is actively involved in the community including being a member of the ASET committee whose events include the annual Audlem Festival of Transport, Party On The Park, Bonfire and Tea Dance.
Twitter: @HappyHeritage https://twitter.com/HappyHeritage
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