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Local businesses add another string to their bow

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Local businesses add another string to their bow...following a new partnership between The Movable Feast, Explore 4x4 and Elveden Estate.

Based in the heart of East Anglia, near Bury St. Edmunds, The Movable Feast are one of the regions most highly regarded event & wedding caterers and party planners.

The Movable FeastCombined with The Movable Feast's years of experience in event co-ordination, Explore at Elveden deliver high quality and bespoke activities tailored to the individual's requirements. Parties can enjoy dining in the Courtyard Restaurant, Elveden Inn or The Movable Feast are able to organise and provide delicious catering options to suit any occasion.

For those of you organising a stag or hen party, we fully appreciate our adrenaline packed days are not for everyone! Why not skip across to The Movable Feast's website and take a look at their Feaster Days - an ideal alternative for those looking for a more sedate per-nuptials activity.

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Next generation inspired at successful Young Shots day

Explore 4x4 ran the clay shooting at a Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust event and were featured in the article written by Austin Weldon of GWCT Advisory Team.

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Action Man Ross Wishart joined our team for the day.

Find out what happened in the article below, as featured in Bounce Bury St Edmund's November edition.

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Four-armed and four-warned

Explore 4x4 are delighted to have featured in The East Anglian Daily Times EALife supplement.

The story of one girl – Jo Thewlis – a powerful ‘Chelsea tractor’ and the rugged outdoors. Sorry about the stereotypes, but this is Top Gear territory, after all . . .

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In other news...

One of our specialist services is providing driving sessions for visually impaired people. This is a hugely rewarding part of our work and we are delighted to have been included in various news pieces. Find out more on our page for visually impaired driving >>