Rhiannon and Will had a beautiful Bishops Castle wedding at the end of July. It was a very wet day, but it was still perfect in every-way. A stunning horse and carriage, umbrellas and rainbows, a countryside marquee wedding in Shropshire full of all their close friends and family. It was an honour to be their family wedding photographer.

Bishop’s Castle is a small market town in the southwest of Shropshire, England and such a perfect location for a Shropshire wedding. There are two museums and a Heritage Resource Centre, two breweries, including the oldest licensed brewery in the country. Many pubs, restaurants and cafes and shops catering for almost every need (see shopping and services guide) line the main street. There is frequent evening entertainment and the town is a centre for live music and crafts and art.

Bishop’s Castle Town Hall is an 18th Century Grade II* Listed Building open to the public, providing an information service for local people and visitors to the town; a location for local markets, local crafts and a licensed wedding venue.

With spectacular views of the town and countryside your guests will enjoy the sense of occasion that 250 years of history impart. There is a choice of two spaces in which the ceremony can be conducted: the Council Chamber with oak dais and elegant Georgian décor, or the light and airy Market Hall with arresting views through seven arched windows.

The rolling hills of the longmynd just in the distance as a wonderful backdrop and a quirky painted town with an endless choice of pubs and accommodation for all your guests. 

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