Worsley court house has been a landmark for me since childhood. The black and white Tudor clad building was a part of school projects about the history of Worsley, I’ve held parties there myself and been a guest at many a great “do”.
Worsley court house is a Grade 2 listed building and was built as a court building in 1849 .Today the building is used as a village hall for social functions, including weddings.
The Court House is situated on the edge of Worsley village, right near some of the best photo opportunities in the North West. The iconic orange Bridgewater canal runs through Worsley and is a 2 minute walk from the court house.
The beautiful bridge over the canal is the perfect spot for bridal party images and your wedding car can drop you right at the bottom of it. I always try to get a barge incorporated into romantic couple shots. The large village green can accommodate your large group photos and I love using the Alphabet bridge and packet house for confetti shots.
Inside Worsley Court House you will find a unique atmosphere. The beamed curved roof is a showstopper. There are beautiful chandeliers casting soft ambient light and warm wood panelled walls.
Salford City Council do not allow many images during the wedding ceremony but I can get up to the Minstrel’s gallery for some beautiful elevated images of your service.
The main function room can be set up with individual tables or a large banqueting table, depending on whether you are having a small intimate gathering or a larger wedding.
The venue is right near the motorway. However, once you are inside you feel like you are in another era, never mind away from ti all. I have been known to use the roundabout for images when it was festooned with festive lights at Christmas. The possibilities are endless.