Clearspan marquees are often referred to as frame marquees, and are the most widely used type of tent across the UK as they have the advantage of being totally flexible. Many sites that may be unsuitable for traditional marquees present no issues for clearspan marquees styles. They can be erected on almost any surface joined together or even to existing building.
Chinese Hat Marquees
Chinese hat marquees or pagodas are elegant aluminium framed structures with a distinctive peak to the roof. A single Chinese Hat can be used as a stand-alone structure, joined together or adjoined to a larger marquee.
Traditional marquees also referred to as pole tents, this style of marquee is based on the old canvas traditional tent. With the use of guy ropes and central poles, this style offers an attractive shape that looks classically beautiful for any type of event.
If you are looking for something that is distinctively English and perhaps has a country wedding theme with bunting and garden flowers, this traditional style marquee fits that brief perfectly. Traditional marquees look at there best erected on a large lawn of a country house or in a flat field or paddock where you can see the elegant shape.
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