Popped the question over Christmas and the New Year period? Book a Notts wedding venue
Nottinghamshire couples who have said yes to a marriage proposal over the Christmas and New Year period are being reminded of the six registration offices and over 65 licensed venues in the county to tie the knot in 2018.
2018 is set to be a popular year for weddings with 2,064 booked already with a flurry expected in January following the 375 bookings which were made the same month in 2017.
There are registration offices with ceremony rooms in the county’s main towns of Arnold, Mansfield, Newark, Retford, West Bridgford and Worksop as well as a wide range of licensed venues including a Victorian pumping station, Newark Castle and country houses.
The Council worked in partnership with Rushcliffe Borough Council to reopen Bridgford Hall in West Bridgford in 2017 after an extensive Heritage Lottery funded refurbishment, which has been a popular choice with over 400 ceremonies already booked.
Councillor Gordon Wheeler, Vice-Chairman of the County Council’s Communities and Place Committee, said: “There is so much choice in venues to hold a wedding ceremony in the county, whether you prefer the more traditional setting of a register office or are looking for somewhere quirky like Sherwood Forest.
“Whatever the venue, if couples have a particular date and venue in mind we advise them to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment as the teams are taking bookings into the next couple of years.”
For information about Council’s Registration Service contact 0300 500 80 80 or www.celebrateinnottinghamshire.co.uk