Ribble Valley Weddings
Once discovered, never forgotten.
The Ribble Valley is the perfect place for escaping the frantic pace of everyday life, whatever time of year. As the Food Capital of Lancashire, it is a place with a rich heritage and generous hospitality, set in the stunning landscape of the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire.
Time appears to have bypassed this historic area, leaving it immersed in fascinating history, including the stunning Clitheroe Castle, the Roman sites at Ribchester and the famous Abbeys at Whalley and Sawley. The two historic market towns of Clitheroe and Longridge are surrounded by picturesque villages set in serene and unspoilt countryside. It is this timeless beauty, along with the warm hospitality, which attracts visitors to return time and time again.
An occasion as special as a wedding needs a tailored, attentive service, in a breathtaking venue. Here in the Ribble Valley, not only is there a stunning range of beautiful wedding venues, but also experienced people dedicated to ensuring that each and every wedding is memorable and unique. The exquisite selection of venues ranges from buildings steeped in historic splendour to exclusive contemporary facilities. There are venues for intimate occasions and also venues for large celebrations. Each venue has its own unique atmosphere but all of them share the backdrop of the beautiful Ribble Valley.
Here in the Ribble Valley weddings have all the other essential ingredients required for a successful wedding. Whether you need back-up accommodation, professional photographers or florists, there are so many places and people available in the Ribble Valley that you will be spoilt for choice. As well as your Big Day, you can enjoy the stunning scenery and delicious dining opportunities before and after the wedding with family and friends. Ribble Valley weddings are unique and special for your big day.
Situated minutes away from the M6 and with the A59 running directly through the Ribble Valley, the Centre of the Kingdom is more accessible than ever before. Visit the Ribble Valley tourism website for more information.
Tourism & Events Officer
Ribble Valley Borough Council