Victoria and Daniel’s Eastwood Park wedding in Gloucestershire, was an occasion that nearly did not happen. Firstly the date had to be brought forward from November, luckily the venue had an opening on Easter Sunday. Then a boiler explosion in the manor house saw half on the property sealed off. Luckily Victoria and Daniel took it all in their natural good grace, a new room was arranged for the wedding breakfast and the occasion went off with aplomb. Eastwood Park mansion house was created in the 1800’s in the style of a French Chateau a century by Sir Charles Jenkinson, seventh baronet, first baron of Hawkesbury and first Earl of Liverpool, whose son, Robert Jenkinson went on to become Prime Minister of England from 1812 to 1827.