In these trying times, we just wanted to offer a few words of assurance for those couples planning to marry this year or next.
Gorcott Hall has been here since 1535. We’ve been lucky enough to own it since 2004, overseeing its complete restoration, and helping create beautiful, memorable weddings since 2010. We’re so looking forward to welcoming happy couples back into our home again once things get back to normal.
The team from Four Leaf Clover and Gorcott Hall Events have done a fantastic job of delivering the weddings here over the last few years, while we’ve taken a break. Their time here soon draws to a close as they hand the reins back to us at the end of December this year. We really can’t wait to resume doing what we love doing the most – providing a wonderful venue for an amazing day.
These are troubling times for everyone; we’ve never experienced anything like this in our lifetime, and hopefully we never will again. If you have any concerns about your wedding, we’re always here, so rest assured we will help if we can. We know many couples will be experiencing the utter heartbreak of having to postpone or even cancel their weddings this year. We cannot imagine how impossible that is to deal with right now, along with everything else. But, just remember, your love will still be as strong next year, and for every year thereafter. You’ll still be there, and so will Gorcott Hall.
COVID-19 has to be everybody’s priority right now. Listen to the advice – too many people are dying. But, as the saying goes, this too will pass. When it does, we will still be here. We are passionate about what we do because of you, the happy couples who we have the privilege of showing around our home and venue, and hopefully sharing your special day with. We hope to see you as soon as it’s safe to do so.
In the meantime, be safe, be patient, be kind, and know that we’re always on hand to answer any questions you have, however trivial they may seem.
All the very best
Allie, Mark and the whole team at Gorcott Hall
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