With lockdown easing, small weddings are currently allowed in England and engaged couples are starting to plan.

If you’re stuck for a wedding venue idea, have you considered getting married in a unique venue that’s also close to home?

Here are five quirky wedding venues in Lancashire that you should definitely consider:

Bashall Barn, Ribble Valley

If your wedding has a rustic theme, then Bashall Barn could be your ideal venue.

The venue’s new woodland ceremony area allows the happy couple to get married outdoors, surrounded by the people they love.

The venue can accommodate up to 130 guests.

Best of all, the wedding photos are guaranteed to look great as they will have a backdrop of the scenic Ribble Valley.

Enquire now on the company’s website.  

Charnock Farm, Leyland

Animal lovers will be in their element with this venue.

Guest can feed the farm animals and even enjoy a drink at the onsite pub. 

The venue has a capacity of up to 100 seated guests and 150 during the evening.

Click here to Learn more about this venue.

Browsholme Hall, Ribble Valley

If you want to get married in a historic building with rustic interiors, then see what Browsholme hall has to offer.

This building was built in 1507 and is regarded as the oldest family home in Lancashire.

Each wedding is tailor made to the couple and they can choose to get married in the rustic Tithe Barn, the elegant Regency Drawing Room, outside by the lily pond, or in a more intimate setting in the cart shed.

This venue has a maximum capacity of 120 guests,

Book online through the Browsholme website.

Turf Moor, Burnley

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If you’re a Burnley fan, then this could be your dream venue.

The James Hargreaves Suite and home team dressing rooms have a license to host wedding ceremonies and are able to cater food to your wedding guests.

The venue has car parking for 400 cars and even allows the wedding photos to be taken by the pitch.

Book this venue through the For Better For Worse website.

The Out Barn, Clitheroe

This family owned and run venue is a stone built in the 17th century. Ideal for a wedding with a rustic theme, the venue features oak beams, wooden floors and pine tables.

This venue is also passionate about sustainability reflected in everything they do, from planting wildflowers, promoting bee numbers and pollination, to heating the barn using a sustainable bio-mass boiler.

The venue even has fire pits for guests to enjoy when the evening draws in-there is also room outdoors for a marquee or tipi.

The Out Barn can accommodate 150 seated guest and a further 100 evening guests.

Book now through the company website.