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Wasing Park, based in Aldermaston in Berkshire, has adapted to these uncertain times during lockdown and has introduced virtual viewings so that couples can continue to plan their dream wedding day...
The keys to the Castle Barn might be gathering dust and the doors to the Garden Room and St Nicholas Parish Church have been securely locked, but that doesn't mean you can't experience Wasing Park in all its glory.
If you are thinking of holding your wedding at the exclusive-use venue nestled on the 4,000-acre estate in Aldermaston, Berkshire, why not arrange a virtual tour?
Hosted by estate owner, Joshua Dugdale, who's family have resided on the estate for more than 250 years, the tour not only shows couples the option of where to host their ceremony and reception, it also gives an insight into the history behind the beautiful wedding venue.
Follow Joshua on a journey along Wasing's long and winding drive before being taken on a tour of the many historical buildings that populate the wedding venue including the 18th-century, Grade II Listed, Old Estate Rooms comprising a converted dovecote, the old granary stood on its mushroom staddle stones and The Smithy, a former blacksmiths shop. The show-round video also features extensive aerial shots of the exquisite venue, a guided tour of the parish church, Garden Room and Castle Barn as well as the Victorian Summerhouse perfect for al fresco ceremonies.
To arrange a virtual visit, register your interest by completing the form available via the link: www.wasing-weddings.co.uk/arrange-a-visit
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