Burgoynes Marquees

Established in 1909, this wonderful company have been supplying marquees for over 100 years. This means what Burgoynes don’t know about marquees isn’t worth knowing. They have also kept very much with the times so can supply traditional canvas ‘village fete’ style marquees, through to the latest in clearspan tents.

They are based in Herefordshire and that means they can also cope with sloping ground and will find imaginative solutions to every problem you can throw at them. A one-stop shop to create the perfect venue, just about anywhere you choose – and the best customer service you will find.

Call them on 01544 340283
or visit their GREAT website at www.burgoynes-marquees.co.uk

 

Rowheath Pavilion

Where: In the leafiest of leafy, tree-lined suburbs in South Birmingham. Easy for the M42 and equally for the City.

What: a wonderfully light, airy hall looking over open grass to a landscaped lake beyond.

Weddings: Great for a wedding reception and they will allow you to use Kemp & Kemp Catering too!

Who: The whole team at Rowheath are WONDERFUL, but esp the irrepressible Sam – call her on 0121 458 1711 or e-mail her at sam@rowheathpavilion.co.uk

Web: www.rowheathpavilion.co.uk

 

 

The Ikon Gallery

Where: Birmingham City Centre – Brindley Place in fact, one of the most ‘happening spots’ in the Midlands.

What: An art gallery with spaces you can hire for your wedding reception.

Weddings: Not licensed for the ceremony, but what a place for your reception!

Who: Sam Newman is super-responsive, helpful and efficient. Call him (or one of his team) on 0121 248 0708.

Web: www.ikon-gallery.org/venuehire

Ashover Parish Hall

Where. In deepest Derbyshire, near Matlock, near the M1, but in lush, green, rolling countryside of the Amber Valley.

What. A wonderfully modern, flexible village hall with a professional manager (Amy) and a very warm welcome.  There is a huge cricket field at the back and wonderful views of trees, fields etc.

Weddings. The village hall makes a perfect reception venue with all you could need as part of the price.

Who. Contact Amy on 01246 590005.

www. Go to www.ashoverparishhall.co.uk

 

Dunwood Hall

dunwoodWhere: In the depths of the rolling hills that are the Staffordshire Moorlands.

What: A glorious stone-built Victorian country house (1871) up a tree-lined drive and set in intimate gardens. Close to Leek.

 

 

Weddings: Licensed for weddings and you can choose one of three caterers including (we are delighted to say) Kemp & Kemp Catering.

Who: Call Delphine on 0781 3984949 or e-mail her at dunwoodhall@hotmail.co.uk

Web: www.dunwoodhall.co.uk

Bond Marquees

For 20 years Bond Marquees have being providing superb marquees throughout the UK, each tailored to precise customer requirements. Their ‘secret weapon’ is Simon Bond who  designs each with a unique style and atmosphere. Superb attention to detail with the highest quality build – – –  just great marquees.

Go to www.bondmarquees.co.uk

or call Simon on 01332 864128 or e-mail enquiries@bondmarquees.co.uk

 

Detton Hall

Where: In the wonderfully undulating countryside in deepest Worcestershire.. miles and miles from anywhere.

What: A lovely lawn next to a small lake both perched on the edge of a wide rolling green vista. Lots of space for your own marquee or Tipi, or the venue can organise one for you. The Medieval manor house lies behind you.

Weddings: Not licensed yet, but watch this space.

Who: Call Tanya on 01299 271832, or e-mail enquiries@dettonhall.co.uk.

Web:  www.dettonhall.co.uk/

 

 

 

Tabley House

 Where: Set in quintessential English parkland, about 3 minutes from junction 19 of the M6.

What: A Georgian mansion overlooking a rural scene, with lakes, trees, sheep and more green.

Weddings: You can get married in one of two rooms and have your drinks and canapés in the Portico Room, or on the steps, or on the front lawn. You can then eat in your own marquee across the fields. No restrictions on who you use for catering either.

Who: Contact the administrator in the first instance at  01565 750151 or e-mail tableyhouse@btinternet.com,

Web: www.tableyhouse.co.uk

Garthmyl Hall

Where: In a lush valley just west of Welshpool.

What: A wonderful, newly renovated mansion built in 1859, with 10 bedrooms, including a stunning bridal suite. There is even a boat you can use on the lake, a stunning walled garden and a cellar bar. You get exclusive use of the whole place for the weekend.

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Weddings: The venue features several locations which are licensed for weddings.

Who: Julia Pugh will look after you from booking through to saying goodbye the day after. Highly experienced in all wedding matters and always calm, collected and uber-responsive. E-mail her at Julia@garthmylhall.co.uk or call 07716 763567.

Web: www.garthmylhall.co.uk

Create your own wedding website (Free)

Now then, this is a GREAT idea we’ve just stumbled across.. create your own wedding website.. its totally FREE too, and they look wonderful – an amazing way to communicate with your guests everything you want them to know – This is what they say..

◦Completely free to use
◦Fully customisable
◦Quick and easy to create and manage
◦50 gorgeous templates to choose from
◦Create your own custom pages.
◦Online RSVP facility
◦Integrated wedding gift list
◦Venue maps
◦Hotel recommendations
◦No advertising on your site.

Go to www.gettingmarried.co.uk  and take it from there.