Seaford and Newhaven Round Table guide shows how to stage the perfect stag do

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WHEN it comes to the stag do many are memorable for reasons best forgotten by the groom to be.

There may be drunken antics, strippers or grooms waking up in strange places on the morning of their wedding.

Such tales were retold when Seaford and Newhaven Round Table members asked former best men their advice on what to do or not to do for the stag do.

Now you can read some of them for yourself as the organisation releases its definitive guide to delivering a stag do to remember.

People were asked to submit examples of good and bad practice, tips and incriminating footage all contributing to one epic final result - a foolproof best man’s stag do manual that can be viewed at www.roundtable.co.uk/bestmanguide.

Stephen Saunders, of Round Table, said: “Understandably, the pressure of organising such an important event can cause a degree of apprehension so to help deliver a stag do that lives up to expectations, we have released our very own comprehensive guide.”

There are good common sense tips like places to go, to the more obscure but important hints, such as how to keep the event secret for as long as possible.

“For men all across the country, the manual will provide a welcome push in the right direction when it comes to doing their best man duty,” Stephen said.

“We’ve been overwhelmed with stag do stories, advice of where to go, what to do and, perhaps, what not to do from both our members and the general public, and we’d like to thank them for helping us to create such a comprehensive, well rounded guide.

“With summer stag do season now in full swing, we’re still keen to hear your stories and advice to make our manual as informative as possible, so keep them coming in.”

People who think they have tips, examples, photographs or footage that should (or should not) be shared, email: bestman@roundtable.org.uk.

Round Table provides a network of advice and camaraderie for men aged 18-45.

The organisation offers a wide range of social and sporting activities in the local community. Visit www.roundtable.co.uk/findoutmore