Milford Haven event venue The Imperial Hall gains wedding ceremony license
The Grade II listed building, known to many in the area as The Masonic Hall, was taken over in 2018 by Lee and Kate Bridges, who restored the property to its former glory, installed features such as a brand-new bar and cellar system, and reinvigorated the kitchen.
There is currently a spectacular garden development project underway, which is due for completion in June, and which will add a three-tier garden area with a stunning view of the waterway where people will be able to sit and enjoy a meal and drinks.
Commenting, Mr Bridges said:
"Receiving this marriage license marks an important step in the history of The Imperial Hall.
"The gorgeous building has been the centrepiece of many parties and events since we restored it nearly three years ago, and while there have been countless receptions and wedding parties in the venue since we were first established, we're thrilled that people can now take the momentous step of becoming officially married here.
"We're expecting to see some huge events as lockdown eases off in 2021, so watch this space!"
The Imperial Hall also provides services for functions such as school proms, Christenings and birthday parties.
The Imperial Hall is located on Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 3JN. Its phone number is 07990845611 and its email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Its website is https://www.theimperialhall.co.uk.
The Imperial Hall is an events venue catering for all kinds of parties. It is based in Pembrokeshire.
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