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ENGLISH HERITAGE VENUES FOR HIRE - WEDDINGS - E,G OLD WARDOUR CASTLE FROM £800
ENGLISH HERITAGE VENUES FOR HIRE - WEDDINGS - E,G OLD WARDOUR CASTLE FROM £800

ENGLISH HERITAGE VENUES FOR HIRE - WEDDINGS - E,G OLD WARDOUR CASTLE FROM £800

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mate paying £500 for hire of hall plus EXTRA catering etc - nothing special

to hire a 'special' venue the prices are really good and it would be 'special'

example

old wardour castle in wiltshire

Prices
Old Wardour Castle is available for Civil Wedding and Civil Partnership ceremonies.
Prices valid until 31st December 2008.

Wedding Ceremony with Drinks Reception-2½ hours
Saturday* Ceremony in the Pavilion 10am-5pm Up to 60 £1000
Saturday* Ceremony in the Castle Room 10am-5pm up to 40 £1000
Sunday - Friday Ceremony in the Pavilion 10am-5pm Up to 60 £800
Sunday - Friday Ceremony in the Castle Room 10am-5pm up to 40 £800
*Ceremonies on Saturdays between May and September must take place either before 12 noon or after 4pm.
Prices valid until 31st December 2008. Prices are exclusive of and subject to VAT.
Ceremonies are subject to Registrar availability.
Prices are for room/grounds hire only and are exclusive of catering and registrars fees.
English Heritage reserves the right to amend prices at any time without notice.

lots of other places available - chiswick house from £2000

6 Comments

SuperEd

voted hot !!!uh oh now girlfreind has seen it......lol

Sorry but not so hot once they take a 10% cut of your catering spend, disco, florist, bar and lighting and that's just those I can remember! Oh and also you're restricted to their approved suppliers so that 10% is not even a cut of a good value supplier that you've sourced independently, it's one that's overpriced to begin with!

Also if you're thinking of hiring one of these venues i'd avise you to check out the list of 'rules' before you sign on the dotted line as they vary from no red wine on the premises to no high heels. Imagine adding a p.s. to your invite asking ladies to wear trainers or flip flops only!

I speak from experience - we had Eltham Palace booked for our wedding which was in October 2005. Luckily I was able to get my deposit back on the grounds that they didn't make all the terms of hire clear to us at the time. I agree that these are fantastic venues but nothing can ruin the mood of planning your big day knowing that you are being ripped off!

Sorry - have to vote cold.

u can have it in my back garden for £10
unfortunatly there is a 12 month waiting list

Hot, having just finished looking at wedding venues 2 weeks ago, this is a decent offer.

Be careful when arranging your civil ceremony at an approved venue. You will generally not only have the venue fee to pay, but also a seperate Registrar fee which your local Council will be able to confirm for you. We recently got married at Oakwell Hall, in Birstall, West Yorkshire which was beautiful and exclusive to our wedding only that day (even some of the approved buildings can feel a bit like a production line, but not Oakwell Hall). The fee for the venue was completely seperate to the Registrar attendance fee which in itself was nearly £300. Check it all out before you commit to paying.

a lot of these places have no confetti rules
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