Apart from a brief foray into the Bury area, I have lived around the Worsley area my whole life. I am proud of its rich industrial history. The iconic Bridgewater canal runs through the picturesque village. I took the orange waters of the canal for granted as a child but now realise it is pretty famous and its colour pretty unique.
The Tudor beamed Court house and Packet House are well known landmarks in the area. There is even a boathouse that was specially built for a visit by Queen Victoria. I have spent many a lazy sunny afternoon eating and drinking in the glorious gardens of Worsley Old Hall pub. Worsley woods are a great location for an engagement shoot, or some more rustic wedding images.
For a small but perfectly formed village, there are a number of wedding venues to choose from.
The Worsley Park Marriott is a modern luxury hotel, forming part of the golf course. It is often home to visiting sports teams. Now they are great days to photograph a wedding! The aforementioned Worsley Court house is a 19th century black and white Tudor style venue with a spectacular beamed ceiling and a unique atmosphere.
The contemporary Novotel offers reasonably priced wedding packages with its own mature gardens, as well as all of the photo opportunities of Worsley right on its doorstep.
The Victorian St Mark’s Church spire dominates the skyline and the church is a very popular choice for couples wanting a church ceremony.
I’ve chosen a couple of weddings illustrating my work at Worsley wedding venues in the galleries below. If you would like to book me for your Worsley wedding, please do so here. Alternatively, please contact me so that we can chat about your wedding.