Whirlowbrook Hall, Sheffield Wins South Yorkshire Wedding Venue of the Year for the Second Year

8th December 2014

Whirlowbrook Hall in Sheffield's S11, is proud to announce that they have won Best South Yorkshire Wedding Venue, as awarded by Wedding Dates, for the second year running.

The award is based on customer feedback from wedding couples during the previous year. Saxon Hotels Ltd re-opened Whirlowbrook Hall in June 2013 after signing a 25 year lease with Sheffield City Council. After a refurbishment, the hall hosted its first wedding during that summer. The award was first won in December 2013 after a very busy first year. The venue is becoming one of the area's most sought after wedding venues and bookings are being taken as far out as 2018. Paul Brown Director of Saxon Hotels Ltd said -We are delighted to have won this award for the second year running. There are some fantastic venues in South Yorkshire, so to have retained this award is wonderful. The team work extremely hard to ensure every wedding day is perfect for the happy couple and this is great recognition for all of their efforts

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