Wedding Open Days: Leeds Club and Royal Holloway (February 28th)

Two fantastic venues are hosting their wedding fayres on Sunday February 28th – The Leeds Club and Royal Holloway

First up, The Leeds Club in, well, Leeds is hosting a wedding fayre as part of ‘The Big Day Leeds’. Guests will be able to explore the venue and chat with the experienced in-house wedding team.  They’ll be homemade cakes, fizz and copies of the venue’s 2016/17 wedding brochure available, too. 

The Leeds Club is a Victorian building with a modern twist, and we think you’ll absolutely love it. One of the big selling points for prospective couples is the exclusive use of the venue on the wedding day. 

You can reserve your space for the 28th, by following this link and emailing Molly

The event is open from 11am to 3pm.

The Founder's Building, Royal Holloway, Surrey.

We have some impressive venues listed in our directory, but The Founder’s Building at Royal Holloway in Surrey really is something else.  This building just doesn’t take a bad photograph. 

Sitting in 135 acres of parkland, The Founder's building can accommodate up to 200 guests. Couples will enjoy the use of an exclusive wedding coordinator, so you know your big day is in capable hands.

The wedding fayre will run from 11am until 3.30pm and entry is £1.50 per person (children are free). Everyone gets a bridal bag, too. 

For those who go on to book their wedding day here, there's accommodation available and plenty of free onsite parking.  With London so close, Royal Holloway is an excellent choice for couples with an international guest list. 

We’d love to know what you think of these venues, too, so drop us a comment either in the box below or via our Facebook and Twitter pages. 

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