3 FOR CUL­TURE LOVERS

Lancashire Life - - Weddings -

Wordsworth’s House Wil­liam Wordsworth was the great­est of all the Ro­man­tic po­ets and his for­mer home is now a pop­u­lar vis­i­tor at­trac­tion

in Cock­er­mouth and a beau­ti­ful place to make your vows. The house where Wil­liam and his sis­ter Dorothy grew up is an el­e­gant and at­mo­spheric Ge­or­gian town­house and is now owned by the Na­tional Trust. na­tion­al­trust.org.uk/ wordsworth-house

Chetham’s Li­brary

So, you don’t want a church wedding, but do want to spend your spe­cial day in beau­ti­ful his­toric sur­round­ings. You want some­where in the city, but a venue that’s quiet and at­mo­spheric. Chetham’s Li­brary in Manch­ester could be ‘the one’. Cer­e­monies take place in the me­dieval Ba­ro­nial Hall which pro­vides a stun­ning back­drop for the pho­to­graphs. li­brary.chethams.com

The Whi­taker Mu­seum

The Whi­taker in Rawten­stall houses fas­ci­nat­ing col­lec­tions of art, so­cial and nat­u­ral his­tory and is a cul­tural gem in the Rossendale Val­ley. There are three rooms avail­able for your cer­e­mony and with ex­clu­sive hire you can cre­ate a be­spoke day that’s per­fect for you. Say you ‘I dos’ and cel­e­brate after­wards sur­rounded by paint­ings and sculp­tures and with glo­ri­ous coun­try­side views. the­whitaker.org/wed­dings

ABOVE RIGHT: The Mid­land Ho­tel in More­cambe RIGHT: The Well­be­ing Farm

ABOVE: Thorn­ton Hall BE­LOW: Get mar­ried in the great out­doors at the Well­be­ing Farm

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