Eastleigh

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Looking for a stunning Photo booth in Eastleigh?

Looking for a stunning photo booth to add to your wedding reception, birthday party or corporate event? Then come and talk to us today

At NGB discos we deliver high levels of service, we listen to our customers, and we deliver on our promise. .
The entertainment business is our passion and we won’t let you down.

All our photo booths include the following…..

 

  • Professional & friendly Staff to look after your guests and the booths
  • A large selection of Photo Booth Props
  • 6 x 4 Photo Album
  • Double Prints
  • Images presented to you on a USB
  • Unlimited Visits to the Booth throughout the hire duration

 

Alongside our stunning photo booths, we also provide a range of superb quality products, aimed specifically at the Wedding Disco market including light up love letters,, custom name projectors and more. Our wedding products are backed up by our excellent team and personal customer service. Since 2007, we have built up a wealth of knowledge and an enviable reputation in the wedding disco industry.

Photo booth packages start from £325

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A little bit of information about this town #

The modern town of Eastleigh lies on the old Roman road, built in A.D.79 between Winchester (Venta Belgarum) and Bitterne (Clausentum).] Roman remains discovered in the Eastleigh area, including a Roman lead coffinexcavated in 1908,[6] indicate that a settlement probably existed here in Roman times.

Saxon village called ‘East Leah’ has been recorded to have existed since 932 AD.[9] (‘Leah’ is an ancient Anglo-Saxon word meaning ‘a clearing in a forest’).[9] There is additional evidence of this settlement in a survey from the time which details land in North Stoneham being granted by King Æthelstan to his military aid, Alfred in 932 AD.The prefix ‘Est’ or ‘East’ is thought to refer to its location relative to the established settlement of Baddesley.