Burghley and Blenheim Fun
Hi fellow Foxxy people,
Well Team TF are back from a very hectic two weeks on the road. We first went to the stunning Burghley House in Stamford for the International Horse Trials then only had a day’s stop at TFHQ to restock before Blenheim Horse Trials in Oxfordshire.
We had an amazing time at Burghley. The weather was great, infact a little too hot at times to be inside the RCA Pavilion but never the less you Foxxy fans came and said hi. We were so busy and we sold our of all our Headwear! (Below our Stand busy and crammed with lovely customers)
struggled with a bit of sleep deprivation due to the camp site being right by
the deer park. This may have seemed like a picture perfect postcard but I can
tell you when the deer wake you up at 4.30 every morning it is not! (See picture - there are 100s of them!) arggghhh
The Sunday proved a little testing when the heavens opened and the rain hammered it down, this made getting our trucks and lorries onto site very tricky as it was very muddy. We managed to finish breaking down the stand by relying on the energy that came from eating 3 large chocolate bars and by the time we had finished it was dark and we got back to HQ at about midnight.
Our new casual range is going down a storm with both you ladies and gents. We are very pleased with our Eddington hoodie, Griffin polo and our Trucker Sweatpants, these have only been with us for two weeks and already we are low on stock so get yours now!
Blenheim Palace came in quick succession after Burghley and the windy conditions made it pretty hard to erect the marquee. We had to bash the stakes of the tent in a lot further than usual as we were worried that we might get blown away.
The weather was very kind, albeit rather chilly but when
you are head to foot in tweed clothing you don’t mind at all when it’s cold. Did the Foxx take your photo? Click here to visit our Spot that Foxx photos. Visit our Facebook page for more photos from the past two weeks, you never know you might be on here too. You can also get some inspiration for the Timothy Foxx Competition to win £50!
Social fun was had with all our trade stand friends with BBQs and alot of banter was had between us and the Elm of Burford stand which was opposite us on the shopping row. We saw some of our eventing friends compete, so Well Done to Ginny Howe, Nici Wilson, Vittoria Panizzon, Lauren Yallop and Helen West on their results. Helen West looked stunning in her new TF trot up outfit.
News - Our Damn shame slogan wear is back in stock in polos and Tees!
Next stop is the Royal County of Berkshire show, Newbury this weekend, we are on Av A so look out for our Yellow Flags and pop by to say Hi.
Until next time
Stay Foxxy x