Tag Archives: Cheshire Wedding Venue

Wedding Photography at Peover Golf Club – Kelly & Adrian (a sneek peek)

Here is a sneek peek of images by Cheshire Wedding Photographer SimonH of Kelly & Adrian’s Wedding at Peover Golf Club, Knutsford, Cheshire.

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Location, Location, Location

Last weekend I went out location scouting with Andy and Lorna, my lovely Trash the Dress couple. One of the locations we looked at was Abbeywood Estate, a family run Gardens and new Cheshire Wedding Venue on the edge of the Delamere Forest, which is just down the road from them. We were shown round by Lauren who very kindly took time away from getting ready for the reopening of the Gardens and their newly refurbished Cafe and even from my short visit I can say that the venue is stunning and any engaged couple in Cheshire should definitely add it to their list.

We all decided that Abbeywood Estate was ideal for some of the shots we have in mind but was far too clean for the “big one” whose location is currently still eluding us. Does anyone know of an abandoned building with a long corridor or have a large empty cellar or attic that we can take a look at?