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'Harthill Weddings' Open Day Saturday 14 May

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Harthill Wedding Open Day Saturday 14 May — 10am-4pm at Curdland Barns, Harthill Road, Chester CH3 9NU

Located on the beautiful Sandstone Ridge, this Saturday (14 May) we are hosting our 'Harthill Wedding Open Day'.

Entry is free and reception drinks will be served on arrival.

Come along and meet the team and our preferred suppliers.

A Posh Frocks and Wellies Marquee will be set up on the lawn and The Fine Dining Company will be on site to talk you through menu ideas, together with some delicious samples!

Curdland Barns offers complete flexibility and exclusive use of our Sandstone Barn or Curdlands Lawn which boasts unrivalled views over the Cheshire Plain towards the Welsh Hills. Our wedding co-ordinator will support you throughout the planning process and introduce you to a number of Cheshire's finest suppliers. We have the perfect blend of old world charm and a modern contemporary look and feel. Our unique flexible space offers you the opportunity to turn dreams into a reality and really put your own individual stamp on the venue.

The Curdlands Suite is licensed for up to 120 guests for your civil ceremony and can comfortably accommodate 80 guests for a wedding reception. The Summerhouse offers couples the opportunity to have an outdoor civil ceremony and Curdlands Lawn is the perfect setting for a marquee or tipi wedding reception. The large terrace area is the perfect setting for reception drinks and to really soak in the view; on a clear day you can even see Liverpool Cathedral!

For more information please contact us at

We look forward to seeing you.

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