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WrexhamSWPP BPPA Wedding Venues

Saturday 25th October 2014  




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Wrexham Wedding Venues

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Wrexham

  1. Albion Vaults Hotel - Hotel Wrexham - Albion Vaults Hotel - Wrexham
  2. All Saints Church Gresford - Church Gresford - All Saints Church Gresford - Wrexham
  3. Alyn Cottages - B&B - Alyn Cottages - Wrexham
  4. Belmont Hotel - Hotel - Belmont Hotel - Wrexham
  5. Best Western Cross Lanes Hotel - Wedding Venue - Best Western Cross Lanes Hotel - Wrexham
  6. Bodidris Hall - Wedding venue Wrexham - Bodidris Hall - Wrexham
  7. Buck House Hotel - Hotel Wrexham - Buck House Hotel - Wrexham
  8. Cadair View Lodge - County hotel - Cadair View Lodge - Wrexham
  9. Chirk Castle - Wedding Venue Chirk - Chirk Castle - Wrexham
  10. Christ Church - Church Rossett - Christ Church - Wrexham
  11. Holt Lodge Hotel - Hotel - Holt Lodge Hotel - Wrexham
  12. Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel - Wedding Venue - Llwyn Onn Hall Hotel - Wrexham
  13. Llyndir Hall Hotel & Spa - Wedding Venue - Llyndir Hall Hotel & Spa - Wrexham
  14. Ramada Plaza Wrexham - Close to hospital - Ramada Plaza Wrexham - Wrexham
  15. St John the Baptist Church - Church - St John the Baptist Church - Wrexham
  16. St Mary's Church - Brymbo - Church - St Mary's Church - Brymbo - Wrexham
  17. St. Chads Church - Church - St. Chads Church - Wrexham
  18. St. Dunawds Church - Church Bangor on Dee - St. Dunawds Church - Wrexham
  19. St. Mary the Virgin Church - Church - St. Mary the Virgin Church - Wrexham
  20. The Hand Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Hand Hotel - Wrexham
  21. The Register Office - Weddings Wrexham - The Register Office - Wrexham
  22. Trevor Arms Hotel - North east wales hotel - Trevor Arms Hotel - Wrexham
  23. Wynnstay Arms Hotel - Hotel Wrexham - Wynnstay Arms Hotel - Wrexham


Wedding Trivia:
WEDDING AS A TERM
Although some brides were kidnapped, marriage by purchase was the preferred method of obtaining a wife. The "bride price" could be land, social status, political alliances, or cash. The Anglo-Saxon word "wed" meant that the groom would vow to marry the woman, but it also referred to the bride price (money or barter) to be paid by the groom to the bride's father. The root of the word "wedding" literally means to gamble or wager!

 

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