South Farm, East of England’s leading Wedding venue, will be holding an Open Evening on Tuesday 24th May from 4pm until 8pm. All are welcome, including couples who have already booked their weddings at South Farm, couples searching for the perfect venue, their friends and relations and anyone else who would like to see what we do here at South Farm. Entry is free and we will be serving complimentary canapés throughout.
Visitors can explore our 22 acres of gardens, meadows, livestock paddocks, smallholding, Farmhouse and Tudor barnyard as well as our nearby nature reserve. See where Services are held outside in the romantic Summer House, set for a Ceremony, and in any of three charming indoor locations. Reception areas include the Farmhouse, Old Dairy and Tudor Barn as well as the gardens, sunset terrace and courtyard. Guests will also be able to see the newly converted Horse Barn and our recently refurbished guest bedrooms. Accommodation includes the complimentary Bridal Suite, 4 more en suite bedrooms and a unique collection of five Romany Caravans and Showman’s Wagons. Tuk tuk and Buggy rides, will run all day, so our guests can see where we grow all our vegetables and eggs and rear our pork. See our White Peacocks, Kune Kune piglets, lambs, rare breed poultry, Runner Ducks and fresh picked vegetables, fruit and herbs.
South Farm’s owners, Event Managers and staff will be on duty and some of our favourite suppliers will be providing musical entertainment, floral decoration, photographs, Master of Ceremonies, and magical tricks to add to the interest.
Editor’s note: South Farm is a family run wedding venue whose slogan “Distinctly Different,” relies on such quirky items as Romany caravans, a Tuk tuk and weeping Buddha from Thailand, rare breed poultry and farm animals, white peacocks, a fine listed barnyard of ancient buildings, extensive gardens, home grown food and a private nature reserve. It is the leading wedding venue in Cambridgeshire, hosting around 200 weddings a year.
General information on availability, menus, prices, accommodation and the venue may be found at www.south-farm.co.uk and we publish a monthly blog detailing what’s blooming in the garden, growing in the smallholding and cooking in the kitchen, at www.southfarming.co.uk