Your Yearly Salon Subscription
At the start of each year we sit together and talk about our year ahead. What will be in store for us? What do we want to achieve? Where do we wish to have our summer holiday? What are our family dreams as well as our business dreams? It’s important for us to work out where our priorities lie, as there are only 365 days in each year and we want to make everyday as full of memories as possible.
In early 2020 we travelled the UK on our very first 'Dare-to-Do-it' tour. Apart from being the most humbling experience of our lives, we realised the extent of our community. That's you, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Travelling from theatre to theatre gave us time to talk and we talked extensively about creating something exclusive we could share with you. How do we offer a family the chance to win a wedding or a big family celebration? Or, to simply come and see us at the Chateau for the night? We kept coming back to a sense of community, some way of sharing our lives together that feels unique, boutique and special!
Bad news, there is a fee of £108 per year or £10 per month if you pay monthly. Great news, all of this is included:
• On joining, you will receive a beautifully presented welcome pack with a signed 'The Chateau in Watercolour' mounted print, a £10 gift voucher, and a seasonal recipe card.
• Quarterly gifts, worth almost £100. On joining you can order your personalised stationery (worth £24 - postage applies), and a new redeemable gift will become available every few months. It’s the gift that keeps giving.
• Monthly competitions to win a trip to The Chateau with a chance to win a celebration or wedding worth £25,000.
• Monthly virtual evenings at The Chateau including Salon chats, cook alongs and crafting.
• Ask the Strawbridges - If you have a question that you have been wanting to ask then we will answer anything (within reason)!
• 10% off The Chateau shop all year round!
This truly will be the gift that keeps on giving. For us, this is the beginning and who knows where it will go… 'slow TV’ in the walled garden anyone?