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Cath Tyldesley on landing her dream role in Corrie and how Strictly helped her to face her ‘huge fear’


The former Corrie star says she used to be ‘terrified’ – Click here to read the full article on the Manchester Evening News website Catherine Tyldesley on Strictly Come Dancing (Image: BBC/Ray Burmiston) Catherine Tyldesley has revealed she used to have a ‘huge fear’ that she faced head-on when she competed in Strictly Come Dancing last year. The former Coronation Street actress admits …

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Life Lessons Are Under the Spotlight for Corrie Actress and the Royal Florist


>>> Click here to read the full article on Entirely Marketing Events That Made Me, the exciting new 12-part podcast from award-winning event planner, Liz Taylor, launches on June 3, 2020 and uncovers pivotal events in the lives and careers of its guests. “I believe throughout all of our lives theres one specific event that we can say affected the …

Liz Taylor How 2020 weddings are being affected by coronavirus

How 2020 weddings are being affected by coronavirus


Wedding season is almost upon us, which means – for many couples – months (or years, in some cases) of planning will finally come to a head. Well, that would normally be the case, of course, but this year coronavirus is disrupting nuptials all over the globe. New measures around social distancing and isolation for the elderly and vulnerable has …

Values don’t change


Conference News article… Liz Taylor, MD at Taylor Lynn Corporation, looks back at how the industry has changed over the last 25 years. The only real certainty in business is uncertainty. I am a glass half full person and for me, uncertainty is opportunity. Despite the challenges, the event sector, and agencies within it, have evolved into exceptional companies within …

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Coronavirus: What Should You Do If Your Wedding Could Be Cancelled?


Media Article on The Independent website – Click here to Reed the full article It’s worth spending a bit of time now looking at the contracts with the venue or with the supplier,’ insurance company co-founder advises The outbreak of coronavirus, which has so far resulted in more than 125,000 cases across the globe, is having an ever-increasing impact on people’s …

Liz Taylor TV’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ Launches New Company

TV’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ Liz Taylor launches new consultancy


Business Live media article… Liz has planned thousands of business and private events across the UK and Europe. Event entrepreneur and TV’s ‘Millionaire Party Planner’ Liz Taylor is drawing on her 30 years experience to launch a new company. The founder and MD of Manchester-based event planners the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC) has launched a personal management company, Liz Taylor …

How to host your own royal garden party this summer

Lockdown garden party: How to host your own royal garden party this summer


>>> read the full article in the express – By GEORGINA LAUD SUMMER get-togethers have been put on hold as the UK continues with lockdown measures to prevent the further spread of coronavirus – however, from today groups of six can meet as long as social distancing measures are adhered to. Here are the best socially distant ways to host friends and …

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Businesses prove they have staying power


Some of the North West’s best known companies celebrate special years in 2020. In order to thrive after 10, 15, 25 or 50 years they explain how they have evolved, what their challenges have been and what’s next. Simon Keegan reports Insider Magazine. 25 YEARS – TAYLOR LYNN CORPORATION When you can count Prince William among your clients, it’s a …

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H&E North explores the nation’s most ambitious transport infrastructure upgrade: HS2’s impact on the northern events industry.


Article in Hospitality up North… The largest (and perhaps most controversial) single public infrastructure project of modern times, HS2 rail is capable of the highest speeds in the world and aims to connect eight of Britain’s 10 largest cities: London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow. But the question on every event planner’s lips is: will the investment …