23 Nov Abandoned Nottingham Chapel Reopens For Weddings!
Those of you who live up north looking for somewhere a little different for your wedding venue might want to head to Nottinghamshire because Kimberley Cemetery Chapel has reopened its doors. The site had been lying abandoned for five years because the floor inside had caved in but the Grade II listed building, which dates back to 1883, has now been fully restored, according to the Nottingham Post. Trevor Rood, councillor, was quoted by the news source as saying: “This unique Grade II listed chapel, ideal for a special memorable day. Such a beautiful iconic building, standing proud on the hill, with superb panoramic views over Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.” And councillor Glynn Gilfoyle made further comments, saying that the chapel is a great choice for weddings and other occasions because it’s sat on top of a hill and has beautiful historic features with a lovely church feel to it. Picking a wedding venue can often be one of the hardest decisions that couples have to make, but if you do your research well you shouldn’t have too much trouble. Once you’ve picked your wedding date, you can start looking for venues – and from there, all other decisions will fall in line. If you need any help or advice, make sure you check out our blog as we’ve covered all sorts of different aspects of getting hitched so you’re sure to find it a valuable resource. And, of course, if you’re looking for a wedding videographer in Manchester, make sure you give us a call. Browse our website to see some samples of our work.