CAMLAD BARNS NEAR BISHOPS CASTLE

 

I have photographed many weddings at Camlad Barns, a rustic Barn venue nestled high on a hillside overlooking the Mid Wales border of Powys & Shropshire. It has the most stunning views in Shropshire, a panoramic vista stretching from the Long Mynd, across the Camlad Valley, to the distant rolling hills of Mid Wales. I photographed the first wedding at Alex and John’s barn before 2015 and I’ve had the pleasure of photographing there ever since. Its a beautifully converted stone barn, nestled in the South Shropshire hills, Camlad Barns is a place to escape from the busy everyday world – it also makes for a rather picture-perfect wedding venues for local couples tying the knot in the area! 

The wedding barn venue in Shropshire near Bishops Castle, has such a versatile space for weddings and events and lots of space and animals too! Camlad barns is a family run wedding/events venue sited on our working farm in beautiful South West Shropshire. The barn has been renovated to a high standard, and it has its own washrooms, commercial kitchen and under floor heating. Camlad Barns guarantees you a special space to enjoy yourselves with an opportunity to put your special stamp on your day. Camlad is an exclusive use barn venue, it’s private, intimate & rustic with real charm, and it can be yours for 3 days.

This fabulous Shropshire wedding barn venue is calm and peaceful, the views across the valley are wonderful, you wouldn’t imagine it is centrally located to both Birmingham and Liverpool both just over an hour away, but what a difference an hour makes…It’s a true idyllic countryside experience where couples and their guests have exclusive use of the barn 

Below I have shared a selection of photos from Sian and Rob’s wedding in July with an outdoor ceremony in the barn. 

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