Iscoyd Park gives engaged couples hope during Coronavirus crisis
26 Mar 2020
North Wales wedding venue Iscoyd Park has shared the ways in which the team are helping couples with wedding bookings during the Coronavirus lockdown
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With several reports emerging of how wedding bookings in the coming weeks are being dealt with by wedding venues and suppliers alike, Iscoyd Park near Wrexham has publicly shared how it is helping customers affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Putting the customer and their experience first, business owners Phil and Susie Godsal are determined not to cancel any weddings and instead have offered to transfer all existing bookings to later in 2020 or 2021.
All weddings due to take place from now until the end of July will be moved to different dates. August couples have also been given the option of a new wedding date.
Phil and Susie said: "Iscoyd’s main priority is the couples getting married here and we are doing everything we can to make this awful situation a little better and easier for them."
Beck Rendall and Simon Haward were set to hold their wedding at Iscoyd Park in May. They commented: “In these very difficult times, we want to give a huge shout out to Iscoyd Park. From day one of the crisis, we were reassured by Charlotte, Iscoyd’s wedding and events manager, and the team that they could give us a day better than we ever hoped for."
"Over the past weeks, as the virus spread through Europe, the team were proactive in recommending we consider moving our wedding day. Eventually they facilitated a reschedule from May to September free of charge. As we carry on not knowing what will happen from one day to the next, I know that when it comes to our biggest day, everyone and everything will be OK. We cannot thank them enough.”