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Dalton Old Pump House

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Situated in Seaham, County Durham, Dalton Old Pump House was built between 1873-1879 and has remained virtually untouched since WW2. The building has now been meticulously restored and re-established as a sophisticated and modern wedding venue steeped in Victorian character and architectural splendour.

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Newcastle Castle

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Newcastle Castle is a venue that gives you the opportunity to host your wedding event in one of the North East’s most iconic and historic buildings. There have been very few alterations to the Castle Keep since Edward I spent Christmas here in 1292!

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Okana Newcastle

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Okana is the perfect place to say “I do”. The picturesque venue in the heart of Newcastle with plenty of character hosts an entire upstairs with the capability of being kitted out exactly to your liking. With our grand staircase for that perfect photo opportunity, to a private bar for you and your guests, get in touch today to find out more!

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St Marys Heritage Centre

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St Mary’s Heritage Centre is a former medieval church, fully restored to showcase the original beauty of the stonework and pillars, but blended with modern improvements.

The main hall offers a grand, light and unique wedding reception space with plenty of character. The smaller adjacent space, the Chancel, provides additional reception space or bar area.

The light oak hardwood floor and large glass panels tie together the architecture of this historic building.

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The Bowes Museum

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What could be better than getting married in the building that was created by love? The Bowes Museum is a breathtakingly stunning grade 1 listed French chateau style building, founded by John and Josephine Bowes who adored each other and who were passionate about collecting art and they wanted to share that with the people of the area they loved in the picturesque Teesdale market town of Barnard Castle.

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