The Dolphin Hotel is one of the premier venues for weddings in Cambridgeshire, and is renowned for its spectacular views of beautiful meadows, and the stunning 15th Century bridge that arcs over the Great Ouse. https://www.dolphinhotelcambs.co.uk/weddings/
Hockwold Hall: Weddings and Events Venue in Norfolk. Hockwold Hall offers weddings and events from 40 to 300 Guests. They have a Banquet hall, Large Marquee and 10 Ensuite bedrooms. The Property and estate date back to the 1500's and is a former Royal residence. https://www.hockwoldhallnorfolk.com/
Lakeside Kitchen and Bar
With a beautiful location in the heart of Ferry Meadows Country Park, Lakeside Kitchen & Bar is one of the most picturesque wedding venues in Peterborough. https://www.lakesidekitchenandbar.com/
Qualified member of the Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers.
Registered member of The Guild of Professional Photographers
JLC Photography based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire offers beautiful Wedding Photography across Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, North Hertfordshire and Essex. I love working at our local venues who I know will provide you with a wonderful day. I regularly travel across our region to towns like Stevenage, Wisbech, Kings Lynn and Saffron Walden as well as our local cities and towns of Cambridge, Huntingdon, Ely, Peterborough and St Ives. If you would like me to travel further than 50 miles from Huntingdon I can however I may charge mileage for additional travel and also accommodation if needed.
Some of the beautiful local venues at which we have had the pleasure to be able to offer my photography services and may have images in our public gallery: Girton College, Gonville and Caius College, Queens College, Corpus Christi College, Hinchingbrooke House, Orton Hall, The Hotel Felix, Hotel Du Vin, Slepe Hall, The George Hotel, Quy Mill Hotel, The Old Bridge Hotel, Burwash Manor, Parklands Quendon Hall, Swynford Manor (was Manor 64 and Swynford Paddocks), The Cambridge Belfry, The Dolphin Hotel and The Royal Cambridge Hotel. There are so many stunning Wedding locations around Cambridgeshire and the surrounding counties in which to get married.
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