Ware Priory Wedding Fair on Sunday 6th October 2019
Whether you are looking for a venue steeped in atmosphere with period architecture dating back to medieval times, or a modern and spacious venue with all the latest hi-tech facilities, then Ware Priory is perfect for you. Set in seven acres of picturesque riverside gardens, it is the ideal wedding venue.
Ware Priory was founded in 1338. It is a building that has, for 700 years, served as a focal point for the community and the town of Ware. In turn it has been a friary, a house and a convalescent hospital and now serves as a venue for weddings and banqueting.
Ware Priory itself is a Grade I listed building which has a distinctive choice of individual character rooms named after significant people in the history of the building. Painstakingly restored in the mid-1990s, some of the original building materials, including wattle and daub, stonework and Victorian murals have been uncovered and preserved as features of interest.
Adjacent to Ware Priory is Fletcher's Lea. Built in 2006, it offers a bright and contemporary atmosphere.
Welcome to the wedding fair at Ware Priory, a venue steeped in history. The wedding fair will feature some of the leading companies from East Hertfordshire and beyond covering every aspect of your wedding and some bits you might not have thought about, so it is certainly worth popping along.
With two signature fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.30pm featuring some of the very latest wedding dresses and more besides, it is not surprising that this has become a long established, popular wedding fair.
The knowledgeable staff from Ware Priory will be present to answer any questions, whilst some decorated show tables will be dressed for you to view.
The Wedding Fair is open from 11.00am - 3:30pm. Admission and Car Parking are free of charge.
We look forward to welcoming you to Ware Priory.
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