2 Wedding Venues in Biggar found
The architecture of Biggar seems to indicate a certain respectability, and nothing wrong with that, but the place has a wilder and a more romantic side. The wilder is seen in its habit at Hogmanay of building a massive bonfire to illuminate the festivities. The romantic is reflected in its Fleming queen tradition, when a local girl is crowned to commemorate another in the distant past, Mary Fleming who was one of the four ladies-in-waiting to Mary Queen of Scots, all of them called Mary too. A busy and thriving rural market town Biggar has a friendly bustle to it that is no bad undertone to a wedding.