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West Midlands

The birthplace of Shakespeare, West Midlands has been a place of culture, invention and industry for centuries. With a thriving food culture, a vast variety of venues, and easy access from all of Great Britain, it’s a great location to have your big day in. Located in the heart of England, West Midlands is a metropolitan county, with Birmingham and Dudley in the west, and Coventry in the east. As the UK City of Culture 2021, Coventry is home to rich history and an abundance of unique arts and culture activity. Birmingham, on the other hand, is a diverse melting pot of a city, with unique architecture, a busy calendar of festivals, and a wealth of unusual and exciting venues to choose from. It’s not all city, however; nestled next to the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield is Sutton Park; 2,000 acres of forested parkland, with manors and country houses scattered on the periphery. Being in the centre of England, West Midlands has a mild climate, with highs of 21° in July and lows of 1° in January. May, June and July are equally sunny, with the rainiest months being January and October. Many major motorways pass through the region, such as the M1, M5, M6, and M42. Flight is also an option, with Birmingham Airport only 8 miles from the city centre, and Coventry’s West Midlands International Airport only 6km from the city centre. Photo by Ian Kelsall via Unsplash

4 Wedding Venues in West Midlands meet your criteria

West Midlands, England
12 Km from Location
One of the most important elements of your wedding is creating life long memories and capturing them through the lens. Surrounded by 10,000 acres of ancient woodland the photo opportunities are endless, from private...
  • Asian Catering
  • Civil License
  • Golf
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
20-350
Avg Price
£45.00
Warwickshire, England
28 Km from Location
Refined, rustic & contemporary, our Barn is the idyllic wedding venue. Set in acres of Warwickshire countryside. Dining is exceptional inside under our oak beams. When the suns goes down you & your guests can...
  • Civil License
  • Golf
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Late License
Capacity
60-165
Avg Price
£59.00
Warwickshire, England
20 Km from Location
Your Wedding Day is one of the most special days in your life together. The Henley is set in the most beautiful Warwickshire countryside, is the perfect venue for this memorable occasion. Set within the stunning...
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Golf
  • Late License
Capacity
30-175
Avg Price
£55.00
Worcestershire, England
49 Km from Location
Eckington Manor is quite simply a magical place to get married. Hidden away in the Worcestershire countryside, this beautifully restored manor has been designed as the perfect setting for the perfect occasion....
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Parking
Capacity
2-70
Avg Price
£85.00
West Midlands

The birthplace of Shakespeare, West Midlands has been a place of culture, invention and industry for centuries. With a thriving food culture, a vast variety of venues, and easy access from all of Great Britain, it’s a great location to have your big day in. Located in the heart of England, West Midlands is a metropolitan county, with Birmingham and Dudley in the west, and Coventry in the east. As the UK City of Culture 2021, Coventry is home to rich history and an abundance of unique arts and culture activity. Birmingham, on the other hand, is a diverse melting pot of a city, with unique architecture, a busy calendar of festivals, and a wealth of unusual and exciting venues to choose from. It’s not all city, however; nestled next to the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield is Sutton Park; 2,000 acres of forested parkland, with manors and country houses scattered on the periphery. Being in the centre of England, West Midlands has a mild climate, with highs of 21° in July and lows of 1° in January. May, June and July are equally sunny, with the rainiest months being January and October. Many major motorways pass through the region, such as the M1, M5, M6, and M42. Flight is also an option, with Birmingham Airport only 8 miles from the city centre, and Coventry’s West Midlands International Airport only 6km from the city centre. Photo by Ian Kelsall via Unsplash

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