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 Looking for a wedding venue?
Couples looking to tie the knot in 2015 are invited to have a look at what Ayscoughfee Hall can offer them.
The Grade I* listed Spalding venue is hosting a Wedding Open Evening on Thursday, February 19 which will give visitors a unique chance to view the type of function held there.
The event will see the hall’s large ceremony room specially decorated for a wedding with bowed-seats and candles in place.
Staff will be on hand to answer questions and offer advice and there will also be refreshments provided. 
Visitors will discover that Ayscoughfee can offer a rare and intimate wedding experience, with its unique historical backdrop.
The ceremony room overlooks the south lawn of the beautifully landscaped Ayscoughfee Gardens and is next to the Victorian mahogany panelled Library which is available for signing the register.
The hall dates back to the 1450’s and has architectural details from the medieval, Georgian and Victorian periods.
The gardens are set within five acres and feature a late 18th Century Icehouse, fine yew hedges dating back to the 1720’s, lawns, an ornamental lake and a war memorial designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Cllr Howard Johnson, portfolio holder for community assets, said: “This is the perfect opportunity for anyone thinking of getting married at Ayscoughfee to see what this beautiful and historic venue has to offer them.”
The event takes place between 5 and 7.30pm on a drop in basis and admission is free.
Children are welcome and guests will be able to park alongside the river opposite the building.
For more information or to confirm your attendance, call 01775 764555 or email