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Something Blue Wedding Partners - Wedding Venues

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Cissbury Barns

Cissbury Barns are nestled on the Cissbury Estate about half a mile from Cissbury House.  The beautiful drive takes you past the stables. opening up through the woods to impressive sea views to your right and the open fields to your left. As your fairytale arrival for your Wedding Day begins.

Flick through the complete digital brochure for this stunning wedding venue.

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Selden Barns

Nestled in the South Downs National Park, Selden Barns Wedding Venue is set in an idyllic 50-acre,  rural location surrounded by fields, forests and hedgerows.


The formal gardens to the west are bounded with flint and brick walls and the patio terrace looks east across the fields of grazing horses towards Patching Village, between Worthing and Arundel in West Sussex.

Family owned and run, we create a friendly, warm and exclusive atmosphere for your weddings and special events. With our license for civil ceremonies, you can get married in our beautiful old ceremony room before moving over to the wedding barn for an unforgettable experience.

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Avisford Park

This grand Georgian manor house, dating back to 1166 is set within 89 acres of stunning Sussex countryside, located close to Arundel, between historic Chichester and buzzing Brighton. With several unique spaces to host your special day, the hotel can cater for up to 250 guests for a traditional wedding breakfast, and as many as 350 for an evening reception, so no matter the size of your guest list, we will work with you to accommodate all your friends and family.

The hotel is licensed to hold civil ceremonies in a variety of beautiful locations both inside and outside, choose from either The Grand Hall, Henty Suite, Terrace Room, and Gazebo on the Linkway Lawns. There is even space for a Marquee, within the stunning grounds

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