SUPPLIER FOCUS: A Quirky Wedding Venue with Amazing Ethical Credentials | The Wellbeing Farm
4th November 2016
Do you dream of getting married at a quirky venue that has amazing ethical credentials?
Then I have the perfect place for you today! Drumroll …
And a massively warm welcome to The Wellbeing Farm who have just joined my line up of fantastically dedicated hand picked eco friendly wedding venues.
This once neglected farm in Lancashire has been transformed into a multi-award winning venue. As well as hosting fabulously individual and rustic style weddings, the farm’s unique assets include a Cookery School, Family Butcher and bow-tie wearing Llamas.
This rather quirky farm is the perfect place for couples looking for that something “a little bit different” and a totally exclusive spot to throw their own magical, and rather natural wedding in the North of England.
On your wedding day you can borrow wellies, a vintage tractor, flat caps, a couple of Llamas, pitch forks, a shepherds crook or even a wheelbarrow for the groom - all amazingly quirky photo opportunities.
This is truly a place that offers a bespoke alternative to the traditional wedding venue and provides a fabulous location for a festival-style wedding.
With a score of 10 out of 10 on Green Union’s Green Gauge and awarded Gold by the Green Business Scheme, the farm is powered by its own wind turbine and holds the protection and enhancement of the environment, and sustainable development, at its heart.
The farm is licensed for civil weddings and can accommodate up to 260 guests.
If you’re looking for a wedding venue that gives you that tingling feeling when you open the Wedding Barn doors, if you insist on quality local food with almost zero food miles, wide open spaces and amazing views, and you’re hell bent on a party atmosphere with your family and friends dancing the night away to live music under 4000 fairy lights, then The Wellbeing Farm is a must see.
For more information go the The Wellbeing Farm's website, phone them on 01204 852 113 or email Celia@thewellbeingfarm.co.uk
Photos: Avenue White
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