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Thanks guys for all your helpful comments.

 

We are slightly short on cash and were wondering of taking advantage of the PA/Sound system in place of a DJ. Has anyone experienced it? Was it any good?

 

Also, We plan to have an Asian Wedding and we are expecting to have a short 15 mins of drumming and fresh pettle throwing whilst the groom makes his way up the drive and walks into the hall.

Any ideas if they would be okay with this kind of thing?

 

Many Thanks

 

Why not ask them? No-one on here knows what they allow or don't do they?

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Thanks for all the info guys,

I will ask them when we visit later on this week.

Thanks for all the reviews and stuff, its always good to hear from past experiences. :)

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I need help find a wedding venue for the reception any recommendations on where in sheffield where is really nice please

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A bit more information may be helpful. What is your budget, how many people do you want to feed and what type of surroundings do you desire?

 

jb

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Not really got a budget and I would like somewhere really pretty on the gardens

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Not sure about charging for parking as we got a taxi there, but something worth asking about.

 

Noise as well, can't really comment on that either! Something that the wedding co-ordinator could help with. Sorry

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If budget is no object, it has to be Chatsworth. Played a few weddings there - just a spectacular venue.

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Had our reception at Losehill House Hotel. Couldn't fault it. Great food, great service, great décor, stunning views.

 

jb

 

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Not really got a budget and I would like somewhere really pretty on the gardens

 

Unless you're uber rich I would recommend at least having some sort of idea about how much you want to spend. It is VERY easy for the costs to start rocketing into space.

 

jb

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It all depends on which side of Sheffield you prefer, and how big a venue you need. Here are some ideas though-

 

http://www.whirlowbrook.co.uk/

 

http://www.whitleyhall.com/

 

http://www.wortleyhall.org.uk/

 

http://www.wentworthwoodhouse.co.uk/

 

http://www.staindroplodge.co.uk/tablet/index.html

 

http://www.norfolkarms.com/

 

http://www.tankersleymanorhotel.hotel-details.com/

 

http://www.astonhallhotel.co.uk/

 

http://www.mosboroughhall.co.uk/

 

http://www.taptonhall.com/weddings-receptions/

 

http://www.renishaw-hall.co.uk/

 

Also Ringwood Hall Hotel.

 

Best to go have a look around see which fits with what you want. The majority of venues will have wedding fayres so you get an idea what the venue is like dressed up for a wedding.

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Hey,

I got married there 4 years ago and they were great! Guests did feel that drinks were expensive tho.

As for noise the bride and groom get offered to enter the hotel by a entrance next to the canal so its the entrance to the room that you've hired so can't see it being a problem!

Not sure about car parking, sorry.

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Had our reception at Losehill House Hotel. Couldn't fault it. Great food, great service, great décor, stunning views.

 

Lovely place. Really enjoy playing there. The views are amazing.

 

 

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Cubley hall penistone is stunning, played many a wedding gig there but they tend to get booked up months in advance-ps you dont have to have the resident dj book your own and save hundreds

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