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10 Wedding Venues in Canterbury found

Canterbury is a city at once of the ancient and the modern. It was significant to the Romans, though predating those invaders, and became the heart of English Christianity, as it remains to this day. There are major sections of the medieval walls, the magnificent Norman cathedral, and St Martin’s church which is probably half a millennium older. Then there is the fine modern city that is home to four universities, with all the energy (and watering holes) that brings. So your wedding celebrated here would be deeply rooted in our past and with an eye to the future, as should surely always be the case?

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The Hotels interesting history dates back to 1830 when it was originally built as a…
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Set in a nineteen hundred acre estate and surrounded by beautiful parkland this historic house…
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The Tuns at Staple House is a quintessential Country House and well established licensed wedding…
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Licensed to wed. Walking down the aisle at St Lawrence Ground’s magical venue is a…
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Broome Park, a 17th Century Grade 1 listed building once the home of Lord Kitchener,…
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For a number of years Goodnestone Park has proved a highly popular venue for wedding…
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