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Priory hosts its first wedding fair

Llanthony Secunda Priory in Gloucester hosts its first wedding fair on Sunday, June 13, from 11am to 3pm.

Enjoy free entry to the wedding fair and explore the stunning Grade I and Grade II listed halls that have been lovingly restored, combining rustic charm and contemporary features perfect for weddings and special celebrations.

Enjoy the fresh air and take a walk around five acres of lovely grounds and meet a wide range of Gloucestershire's trusted wedding suppliers, ranging from caterers to mobile bars, stylists, photographers and much more. It will be the ultimate location for inspiration and wedding planning.

Llanthony is an exclusive dry-hire wedding venue, providing the perfect option for couples who wish to create a personal and unique wedding experience.

Food and drink is available to purchase throughout the day from the Priory takeaway outlet.

The nearest public car parks are located less than a five-minute walk away at Gloucester Quays, or just off Southgate Street. Gloucester College also runs a pay and display car park, accessed from Llanthony Road.

Children are welcome.

This event will be operating on a reduced scale to comply with COVID guidelines.

Your free tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite here 

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