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Weddings in Oakwell Hall Barn

The barn at Oakwell Hall, ready for a wedding reception

Oakwell Barn is a stunning restored 19th Century barn, located in the Visitor Centre to the side of Oakwell Hall, which can accommodate up to 80 guests for wedding receptions. 

It offers a wonderful opportunity to hold your special day in the magnificent rural setting of Oakwell Hall Country Park.

Oakwell Hall Barn is now licensed for ceremonies of up to 100 guests and can accommodate weddings at various times in the day in between 10-4pm. Ceremonies in the Hall are at 11am on Saturdays and Sundays. Monday and Friday ceremonies in the Hall can be at various times of the day in between 10-4pm due to the Hall being closed to the public on these days.

There are no cooking facilities in the Barn, so a buffet type meal is usual. There is car parking for up to 50 cars adjacent to the building.

Wedding ceremonies can also be held at Oakwell in the Great Hall - please see here for more information. We have a wedding fair once a year, please check the events diary for this year's date.

For further details and prices please download the information leaflets

Weddings at Oakwell Hall

Weddings and Functions Price List

 

or contact Kirklees council - Jackie Neville, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., tel: 01924 324761

Or why not have a peak at our other newly licensed wedding venue, The Red House Museum which offers a fabulous location for smaller ceremonies and wedding receptions. This venue boasts a beautiful 1830s home with elegant period gardens and an upper barn. Please see this link for further info

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