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Towneley Hall - Weddings

Type:Wedding Venue

Towneley Park, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 3RQ

Tel: 01282 477130

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Weddings at Towneley Hall

Towneley Hall was the home of the Towneley family for over 600 years, This grade 1 listed historic house is owned and managed by Burnley Borough Council and can be hired for Wedding events, The house, museum and art gallery contains a fine collection of period furniture, 19th century oil paintings and 20th century ceramics.

Situated in over 400 acres of historic parkland and formal gardens this venue is ideal for your special day.

In addition to the ornate Regency Rooms and Great Hall there is a flat lawned area to the rear of the hall that can be booked for marquee events for up to 400 guests.

Parking for over 700 cars and a dedicated coach park are situated within the park.

The hall has a number of quality outside catering partners who will work with you and help you decide your menu, and a dedicated wedding team will make sure your big day is one to remember.

Great Hall - licensed and available as bar/reception. ALL bar and wine services provided by Towneley Hall.

Red Regency Room – licensed for up to 80 wedding guests for civil ceremonies or 80 for a sit down afternoon reception.

Green Regency Room – licensed for up to 70 for a sit down afternoon reception.

Please call 01282 477130 for more information.

Opening Times

Towneley Hall - Weddings (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)

Awards

  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018

Directions

Road Directions

Towneley Hall lies in Towneley Park 1.5 miles south east of Burnley Town centre. The Hall is approximately 1 mile from the park entrance on Todmorden Road(A 671)

Public Transport Directions

No public transport within the park.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Accessible venue

Establishment Features

  • Countryside setting

Specialist Features

  • Confetti permitted
  • Guide dogs permitted

Venue Facilities

  • Approved For Civil Marriages
  • Dedicated Wedding Coordinator
  • Licence for Civil Ceremonies
  • Master of Ceremonies available
  • Natural daylight
  • Number of covers for banqueting/wedding breakfast - 100
  • Red welcome carpet available
  • Set in own grounds
  • Table linen included
  • Table number holders available
  • Table plan easel available

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