About Us

The county of Nottinghamshire, steeped in history and most noted for the legendary Sherwood Forest, has a wealth of beautiful parklands, woodlands and riverside locations. Being ideally located in the most central part of England, Nottinghamshire is extremely accessible by road, rail and air, making it a practical solution for guests coming from far and wide.

Nottinghamshire is also rich in many lively market towns: Newark, a historic and picturesque market town famous for its role in the English Civil War. The town features a cobbled market place and 13th century castle ruins and also hosts one of the country’s leading antiques fairs; Eastwood, surrounded by gently rolling countryside, is the birthplace of DH Lawrence and where his life and works are celebrated; Mansfield, Nottinghamshire’s largest market town with a 700-year old market tradition, stands in the River Maun valley on the edge of beautiful countryside; Worksop, known as The Gateway to The Dukeries (the ducal estates of Clumber Park, Welbeck Abbey, Thoresby Hall and Worksop Manor), and located on the northern edge of Sherwood Forest, stands in the heart of attractions such as the grand estate of Clumber Park and Hodsock Priory; West Bridgford, a vibrant town situated just outside Nottingham city centre and the site of the iconic Trent Bridge and home to the famous Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

Nottinghamshire offers a wide range of wedding venues. With around 70 properties currently licensed, we have quirky, converted barns, historical buildings, stately homes and sports and country clubs. Our five beautiful registration offices across the county (nine rooms in total), also offer
the affordable option, each with their own unique design and history.

In short, Nottinghamshire provides a perfect location for your wedding day.