By Josh Marsh – April 19, 2021

The Dronfield Hall Barn team celebrates after the venue was named one of the best wedding venues in the country at LUX Life Magazine’s 2021 Global Wedding Awards.

Managed by the Dronfield Heritage Trust and a registered charity, the multi-purpose venue has been named Best Custom Wedding Venue – East Midlands.

Pauline Hindle Hospitality Manager “We are all delighted to receive this award. It recognizes the breathtaking beauty of the barn and the hard work of the team that put so much effort into ensuring that everyone who has their wedding here has a perfect day. “

LUXlife Magazine is a premium lifestyle publication with 238,000 copies worldwide. The magazine focuses on a range of topics within the luxury lifestyle industry and features articles on; Fashion, beauty, good food, travel, luxury real estate and much more.

In addition to weddings, the barn serves the local Dronfield community in a variety of ways. A recent example was the provision of food collection and delivery services to local residents during the coronavirus pandemic.

Since its restoration, the barn at Dronfield Hall has hosted a number of events, including historical exhibitions and art exhibitions. There is also a cafe serving light lunches and delicious homemade cakes, as well as cultural, sensory and wildflower gardens to enhance the high quality visitor experience.

This month is also a reason for more celebrations for the team, as the barn is five years old since it was first opened to the public. The trust is now self-sustaining and continues to be committed to the community and generating income to keep the barn open.

The barn staff say they are now taking bookings for weddings in 2023. Further information can be found at: https://dronfieldhallbarn.org/weddings/

Dronfield Hall Barn supports the town’s marketing and economic growth through Chesterfield Champions, a network of over 180 organizations in Chesterfield and North Derbyshire.

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