sheepdrove hall prepared for a wedding

Wedding Open Day

Looking for a wedding venue that offers a modern rustic vibe, hidden away in beautiful unspoilt countryside? Sheepdrove is hosting wedding viewings on Sunday 2nd October 11am-3pm.

The Oak Room at Sheepdrove is a contemporary long barn constructed with the curved timbers of a traditional cruck frame.

Or, if you are considering an intimate wedding for your nearest and dearest, why not say ‘I do’ in the chapel-like Beech Room, our second and smaller ceremony room, then gather family and friends for a wedding breakfast in the Upper Gallery of the Dining Hall?

And there’s more!

Want a celebration with a cool festival feel in the great outdoors among meadow flowers with a woodland backdrop on an organic farm surrounded by the rolling chalk downland of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Forest Edge Tipis’ sustainable tipis offer ultimate versatility as their quirky interiors can be decorated in any style to suit your wedding celebration.

Come and see for yourselves how Sheepdrove provides a beautiful blank canvas for your unique wedding with your decor and your choice of suppliers, plus a set up day, no corkage and on site accommodation.

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Refresh!

Sheepdrove will be even brighter and more beautiful the next time you visit thanks to a nice new lick of paint for the green building

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Owl Babies

A feast of fluffiness courtesy of accredited BTO bird ringer and owl man Captain Jerry Woodham ably assisted by Sheepdrove’s Mike Barker. Apparently a breeding