The History Bromham Mill is a restored water mill dating back to the 17th century, set in 7 acres of water meadows. Within the mill buildings are a craft and art gallery, and a fascinating museum of waterways and milling. There was a mill on this site on the River Great Ouse at the time of the Doomsday Book (1086 AD). The site provided more than just an opportunity to grind grain, however; the river was rich in eels, and a blacksmiths shop stood beside the mill. An apple orchard nearby provided tough wood for the gear teeth of the mill. Bromham Bridge, with fully 26 arches, spans the river beside the mill. There are several way marked circular trails through the parkland that surrounds the mill. The history of Bromham Mill adds character to a perfect wedding venue.
The Perfect Wedding Venue Bromham Mill provides the perfect rural retreat for your very special day Beautiful local Church, St Owens Good transport links High quality nearby hotels.
Marquees and Furniture Security Luxury Toilets Water Bars Dj Set up team Lighting Kitchen Facilities Air conditioning Generators The Wedding Package
Food and Beverage Canapés Reception drinks 3 Course meal Evening buffet Bar service Entertainment
Costs Per head price will vary depending on number of guests. The all inclusive package is based on 200 guests at £120 per head. Alcoholic drinks will be charged on consumption or total drinks package.
Specialist Staff Our team of staff are highly trained and experienced. Meetings with the bride and groom will be set in a schedule. A wedding planner will be assigned to you to ensure smooth running on the wedding day.
For More Information Weddings at Bromham Mill Bedford Corn Exchange St Paul's Square Bedford MK40 1SL Tel:01234-344813 Fax:01234-325358 Email: email@example.com