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A last minute stag weekend is always a little chaotic, fumbling around looking for things to do in the day, where to stay and what to do at night. Add in the Bank Holiday element into the equation and you may find yourself up a certain creek without a certain paddle. So there must be a cure for this unwise situation, and there is book now. Getting a big stag party of say 20 lads into a hotel last minute is hard enough, without the added pressure of a bank holiday to boot. So booking early will elevate the pressure and will also give you and the stag party a focus. If booking through a stag organiser such as DesignaVenture, they will allow and accommodate group sizes dropping up until 5 - 4 weeks before you go so booking early will not leave you out of pocket. So if you have a location in mind and want to go over a busy bank holiday get your stag weekend booked as soon as you can. For more best man tips, have a browse of my blog.
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Everyone thinks of a stag do to be down the boozer, drinking games, getting leathered and hitting a nightclub. But hey, not all stags want to get hammered by 4pm so they cant remember their name or where they live, some stags want a drink free zone in the day and something to do at night. Well here is a few stag do ideas for the non drinking and drinking stag party. Activities in the day which dont include booze come in thick and fast and these days you can get up to all sorts of things including Rage Buggy Racing , Hovercraft Racing, White Water Rafting, Paintball, Zap Cat Experience, Raft Building, there is just too many to name. What happens at night when you have 10 men that want to drink and the stag and a few others that don't, well there are plenty of options which will keep both parties happy: A comedy club night will cater for both the stag and his merry men, with three hours of stand up comedy and then dancing into the wee hours. If Comedy isn't his bag what abo
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The Best Man often has more responsibilities than anyone realises and there’s no slacking off if you want to stay mates with the groom and shine in the eyes of the all-important bride. After all, she will be your passport to future access to your best mate, and maybe the may get involved in the stag do unless you show you can cope with responsibility. The pressure’s not just on with the speech, rings, getting the groom there at all, it all starts before the actual day as, traditionally, it’s your job to organise the stag do. If we’re putting the fear of God into you before you’ve even entered the church, then don’t panic, we have some great advice to make at least one important task go swimmingly and possibly be something to inspire your Best Man’s speech; the stag night. Plan ahead Plan early. This will give you time to organise something properly, get availability and make a real event of it instead of a predictable local bar crawl dressed as babies. It also means that if you need