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Wold Top Brewery

Wold Top Brewery

Muddy Souls Events are based at Hunmanby Grange, home to Wold Top Brewery and the Mellor family. Our stunning venue is a unique wedding space, which allows you to have your wedding your way, giving you the opportunity to choose exactly the day you desire.

We have no packages or restraints on your creativity and dreams, and we will guide you through the planning process to whatever level you require with a designated event manager.

Whichever of our sites you choose, we will provide the following:
- Exclusive use of the venue from Friday lunchtime until Sunday lunchtime
- Stunning gardens and views for photographs
- Staffed bar for day and evening
- Toilets
- Your own beer label and pump clip so you can have your own beer at the bar or bottles on the table
- Single point of contact with your designated event manager, who will work with you from start to finish
- Camping facilities
- Muddy Souls team members present throughout the day and evening so you don't need to worry about a thing
- A truly unique venue and personal service, making sure you have the wedding of your dreams!
If you choose our Brewery option, you will use our permanent bar area and your marquee will be sited inside our extensive brewery shed which is adjacent to the bar. With this option we can also provide:
- A room for the bride and groom to use during the course of their day
- Showers for campers
- Sustainable heating produced from our wind turbines wherever possible
- Use of a permanent catering area
Our "Wold Top" site is just as it says and provides fabulous views across the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds. With this option we will provide:
- A beautiful portable bar
- Luxury portable toilets
As it is away from our brewery and farm buildings, you would need a generator to power the catering equipment and the heating.

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