Warwick’s unique historic venue, The Old Shire Hall, is set to open its doors to the public for a Winter Wedding Fair on Sunday (4 November).
Formerly used by her Majesty’s Court Service as the County Crown Court, and with a history dating back to the 15th century, The Old Shire Hall is a heritage listed venue on Northgate Street in the heart of Warwick.
The magnificent buildings, which include the Grade I listed The Great Hall and Grade II listed Judges’ House, will be hosting a Winter Wedding Fair on Sunday 4 November, from 11am – 3pm. Entry is free.
Many local wedding suppliers will be exhibiting, including photographers, suit hire, cake suppliers, wedding dress boutiques, beauty artists, florists and wine and drinks suppliers.
They’ll be hoping to appeal to couples at the former County Courts, providing inspiration and information to help them plan their special day.
It will also be an opportunity to view the magnificent venue dressed for a wedding, as it showcases its beautiful rooms with their striking interior details including stone columns and period chandeliers.
The Old Shire Hall is working in partnership with caterers Wild View Events to host the Winter Wedding Fair, so visitors can sip some fizz and try some tasty canapes while discussing their wedding ideas with the experts.
The Old Shire Hall is managed by Warwickshire County Council, who have conserved and protected the building for its new use as a weddings, business conference and fine dining venue.
The Old Shire Hall, 5-9 Northgate Street, Warwick, CV34 4SP