‘Hidden’ Leeds wedding venue opens its doors

Leeds Beckett University, Well Met Conferencing, The Big Day wedding fair
Sunday 28th February 2016, Picture by Vicky Matthers iconphotomedia
Leeds Beckett University, Well Met Conferencing, The Big Day wedding fair Sunday 28th February 2016, Picture by Vicky Matthers iconphotomedia
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It’s one of Leeds’s hidden wedding venues - and now a grand Edwardian building is to host a bridal fair.

Leeds Beckett University is hoping to boost interest in marrying at the James Graham Building in Headingley, a secluded venue on the university campus surrounded by parkland.

The oak-panelled Great Hall can accommodate 200 guests, with adjacent rooms increasing the capacity to 300 for evening receptions.

The university’s conferencing team, Well Met, have organised a wedding fair this Sunday from 11am-3pm to allow couples to learn more about the location. There will be a bridal catwalk featuring Louise Perry gowns and local exhibitors covering cars, flowers and venue dressing. Guests can explore the building while enjoying complementary glass of prosecco.

The event is free to attend and parking is available from the St Chad’s Drive entrance.

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