On 28 Aug 2007 at 4:11pm cleopatra wrote:
Here's a challange. Getting married for the second and I can't find a venue. My boyfriend and myself just want to get married with my two teenage children as witnesses and no other guests. Got married at the Grange the first time so thats out of the question and although Anne of Cleves is our first choice I almost passed out when I found out the cost, anyone have any idea?
On 28 Aug 2007 at 6:47pm mighty rook wrote:
get married at the dripping pan after lewes get promoted
On 28 Aug 2007 at 7:31pm cleopatra wrote:
That'll be never then.
On 28 Aug 2007 at 7:40pm parking manager wrote:
On 28 Aug 2007 at 7:53pm cleopatra wrote:
Yes we had thought of that, but the cost for 4!!!!! Not sure I want my children to come back with a gambling habit either.
On 28 Aug 2007 at 9:33pm The Super K wrote:
Does it have to be in Lewes if in England?
I remember going to a wedding at Pelham House once, or try xxx.weddingvenues.com/civil-wedding-Sussex-0.html
replace xxx with www
Coming at ya!
On 29 Aug 2007 at 7:53am SHS wrote:
Why not get married outside Wenban-Smith? The smell of sawn timber is almost as intoxicating as champagne.
On 29 Aug 2007 at 12:08pm Rookie wrote:
Can ships captains still marry people at sea? A day trip to France shouldnt cost much and all the reception drinks would be duty free.
On 29 Aug 2007 at 1:37pm Chav wrote:
Why not get married at one of the second hand shops seeing as you are second hand.
On 29 Aug 2007 at 1:47pm Smiler wrote:
The Anchor Inn in Barcombe does weddings www.anchorinnandboating.co.uk
On 29 Aug 2007 at 7:32pm cleopatra wrote:
Thank you Chav you made me roar with laughter and my boyfriend thinks it would be appropriate as I'm always purchasing things from them. Was thinking of somewhere a little more romantic though.
On 30 Aug 2007 at 8:26pm jonathan Spencer wrote:
You can only get married at a venue that has a licence for marriages. Outside of the registry office it is quite expensive. Lewes Castle is licensed and might make an interesting venue.
On 30 Aug 2007 at 10:30pm The Super K wrote:
Licence to get married Jonathan? Nooooooo. Really?
you obviously can't see when people are typing tongue in cheek comments.
Castle is VERY VERY Expensive. AND ITS COLD, theres no central heating in that building.
On the sensible side you can hire a marquee to put up in the grounds if its going to be cold or wet. BUT YOU HAVE TO LET THEM KNOW 4 DAYS BEFORE, one for Michael Fish to be involved with. It'll cost you more as well.
On 30 Aug 2007 at 10:32pm The Super K wrote:
The Shellys Hotel does civil ceremonies.
On 3 Sep 2007 at 12:58pm jonathan spencer wrote:
can you get married with your tongue in your cheek, how much does it cost at the castle? I liked the look of Michelham priory myself and the archaeological society need the money.
On 3 Sep 2007 at 5:09pm Chris wrote:
I got married in the Town Hall (council chambers bit) and would happily do so again - which is big of me!
On 3 Sep 2007 at 9:25pm cleopatra wrote:
The castle cost almost a £1000 to use for weddings! I am starting to think that the Town Hall may be the nicest option. Having lived in Lewes all my life I am keen to stay in the town. I do think it would be nice if those that had a say in the cost of Anne of Cleves and the castle for weddings gave a reduction for us Lewes folk.
On 3 Oct 2007 at 2:31pm The Super K wrote:
Any news on the Location Cleo?