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The Wellbeing Farm

Type:Wedding Venue

Wheatsheaf Hill Farm, Plantation Road, Turton, Edgworth, Lancashire, BL7 0BY

Tel: 01204 852 113

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The Wellbeing Farm

They started off as a neglected farm and like Cinderella, they transformed into something magical. They've been on such a journey and then they found weddings.... They’ve even won ‘Lancashire Wedding Venue of the Year’ and 'North West Wedding Venue Of The Year 2018'!

Do you want a wedding with the WOW Factor’? When you open their Barn doors, ‘WOW’ will be the first word to come out of your mouth.

You have exclusive hire of the farm for your wedding and potentially the use of four areas of the farm:

1.       The gorgeous Wedding Barn which is fully licensed for ceremonies and can hold up to 250 guests standing or 170 guests seated;

2.       The Wheatsheaf Barn which is great for welcome drinks and informal receptions and a great weatherproof solution;

3.       The licensed Wedding Pavillion for that perfect outside wedding which can also double up as a chill out zone with amazing views;

4.       An original Indian tipi with a fire bowl for your guests to catch up in and get cosy around the fire.

The Wedding Barn is open until 1am for music, dancing and merriment!

You can choose the food you love to eat and it will be all homemade by them. They offer a ‘Cake Cart’ as a wedding cake alternative and Cheese Wedding Cakes decorated with their home grown edible flowers! How about using the Brew Station - throughout the day, your guests can help themselves to a mug of tea or coffee at no extra charge. They have their own award-winning family butchers and Cookery School and even rear our own sheep. In development is an onsite micro-brewery, so you can brew your own beer for your wedding. Perfect for your partner!

How many venues do you know that offer locally sourced beers, animal themed wine, a Gin Bar, Pimp Your Prosecco and even a Rum House?!

The venue is eco-friendly having achieved the Gold Award for green business, the venue is powered by a wind turbine!

They offer accessories such as beautiful rustic trestle tables, fairy lights, sweet cart, PA system, rickshaw, handmade bunting, floral archway… the list goes on! You get full access to the ‘Prop Store’ (aka Aladdin’s Cave) to personalise your wedding, saving you time, hassle and money.

Their Llamas and Alpacas wear bowties and mingle with your wedding guests and our donkeys will pose while you sit on the vintage blue tractor. They provide a variety of complimentary outdoor games and we have go-carts and ride-on’s for the kids (or even adults)! They even have a 9-Hole Crazy Golf Course!

You will have three planning meetings and access to a secret website for your wedding planning… sssh!  Your Wedding Coordinator will be there on your wedding day providing 100% support which means you don’t have to worry and you can just focus on having the best day of your life.

They hold regular Wedding Open Days and are are open EVERY Wednesday 5.30 – 7.30pm for couples to just pop up to view the Barn and see that it is a venue like no other!

Finally the piece to resistance, you can try before you buy; by attending one of their FREE Wedding Feast Experiences and further information can be found online.

They can't wait to meet you!


Opening Times

The Wellbeing Farm - Wedding Venue (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)


Sunday, 6th September 2020 - Sunday, 6th September 2020

Farm To Table Open DayThe perfect day for the ethical and sustainable Bride, we will showcase how you can make a wedding that is lush but with a low-carbon footprint. Come and see us, as well as take part in workshops with our selected suppliers.
more info

Sunday, 4th October 2020 - Sunday, 4th October 2020

Oktoberfest Open DayIf you're a Bride who likes a sense of the alternative, then our Oktoberfest Open Day is perfect for you - autumn colours in abundance, with notes of the Halloween and Dia de los Muertos celebrations.
more info


  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsWedding Venue Award Wedding Venue Award 2016
  • Regional AwardsNorth West Wedding Venue of the Year 2018 North West Wedding Venue of the Year 2018 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsEngland We're Good To Go England We're Good To Go 2020




  • Fully accessible venue


  • Use of cake stand and knife

Establishment Features

  • Countryside setting
  • Natural daylight

Venue Facilities

  • Exclusive use
  • Free WiFi available for guests
  • Set in own grounds


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