According to the government website and after the Prime Minister’s statement this week, weddings are back on and we couldn’t be more excited!

If everything goes according to the government’s road map, all restrictions will be lifted after 21st June and we can get back to celebrating in style. We are so looking forward to hosting weddings again and to showing you our new Goat & Cattle Sheds that should be ready by late summer. The Cattle Shed will be licensed for weddings & civil ceremonies so you will be able able to hold your whole wedding there without the need to hire a marquee or loos. More details to follow as the builders continue with the renovation project.

We still have spaces left for weddings this year if you are looking for a relaxed, rustic venue. Get in touch and let’s see if we can help.

COVID-19: Guidance for small marriages and civil partnerships – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Step 3 – no earlier than 17 May

Weddings and civil partnership ceremonies are permitted for up to 30 people in COVID-19 Secure venues that are permitted to open.

Receptions can also proceed with up to 30 people in a COVID-19 Secure indoor venue, or outdoors. This includes private gardens.

Further details on receptions at this step will be updated in due course.

Step 4 – no earlier than 21 June

At Step 4, the government aims to remove all limits on weddings, civil partnership ceremonies and receptions. This will be subject to the outcome of the Scientific Events Research Programme, which will include a series of pilots using enhanced testing approaches and other measures to run events of larger sizes.

At each step

  • anyone working is not included in the limit for ceremonies or receptions
  • weddings and civil partnership ceremonies, and receptions, can only take place in venues that are permitted to be open at each Step. For further information, please refer to the guidance on closing certain businesses and venues in England.

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