Wedding Wednesday: #WeddingHourLive
It’s time to party… #WeddingHourLive, the bi-annual wedding industry networking event takes place at Goldsborough Hall tonight from 7.30pm incorporating #WeddingHour from 9.00 to 10.00pm. Will you be joining us?
While you’re tweeting away online from the comfort of your home or office, we’ll be tweeting back, drink in hand and enjoying the NEW surroundings of Goldsborough’s Orangery, a fabulous wedding space now open at this stunning venue.
Goldsborough Hall is such a beautiful wedding venue in Goldsborough just outside of Knaresborough, near Harrogate.
Let me tell you, or should I say let Mark and Clare Oglesby from Goldsoborough Hall tell you all about their former royal residence:-
‘We both fell in love with Goldsborough Hall back in 2005 when we were lucky enough to buy the derelict hall and save it from the developers. We were then faced with the huge task of restoring the building and grounds to their former glory.
Built in c1620 for Sir Richard Hutton, acting Lord Chief Justice, the hall was later remodelled in the 1750s by the eminent architects Robert Adam and John Carr of York. Goldsborough Hall came to fame in the 1920s as the former residence of HRH Princess Mary (the Queen’s aunt), who lived here after her marriage to Viscount Lascelles (later the 6th earl of Harewood).
Goldsborough Hall stands in 12 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds boasting unspoilt elevated views over the historic gardens and tranquil parkland, making it one of the most private, exclusive and beautiful places to visit in Yorkshire.
When we bought the hall 10 years ago, we realised that houses like this were built for entertaining. If we were to secure its long term future, we knew we had to give the Hall a reason to exist and wanted to create a unique way in which people could come and enjoy this historic house and setting whilst still maintaining it as our family home.
Since 2006, we have been hosting weddings and functions as well as creating very luxurious accommodation in 5* suites and rooms. You can visit the hall for a stately stay by booking a room for the night or a table to dine for lunch, afternoon tea or an AA rosette dinner. We hope that this will help to write the next chapter in the Hall’s history, keeping the building intact and give something to pass on to the next generation.
So, whatever the reason for your visit, we hope that you will enjoy your time at Goldsborough Hall.’
Mark and Clare Oglesby
Tonight we’re partying with the stars at Goldsborough Hall to celebrate the wedding industry, to let our hair down for a night, mid wedding season and to meet new and old friends! Such a wonderful array of fabulous and very talented industry folk will be joining us this evening.
If you would still like to pop along and say Hello and enjoy the music, entertainment, sweet buffet, welcome drinks, canapes and a live #weddinghour, do BOOK TICKETS NOW by clicking on this link!
Have fun in #WeddingHour tonight and don’t forget to say Hello and raise a glass with everyone in #WeddingHourLive tonight! We’ve got a live Twitter feed projected on to the Orangery wall for everyone to see. You’ll be famous…
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