Gosfield Hall are hosting a wedding open day on Sunday 16th October 2016 and all are welcome.
Located three miles from Birmingham city centre, Highbury is situated in a beautiful countryside setting. Steeped in history, Birmingham’s famous parliamentarian, Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain MP, built the picturesque Grade II manor as a family home in 1878.
Fully restored to its original period design, this exquisite venue is perfect for your wedding,offering you a first class event with fine cuisine and a personal service tailored to your needs.
Whether it is a full Civil Ceremony or Partnership you require, or just the Wedding Reception (following a wedding service elsewhere), this magnificent mansion house in a country setting will create exactly the right atmosphere for the most special day of your life.
Although it is not possible to book Highbury for the Civil Marriage or Partnership Ceremony alone, there is an extensive range of menus for your wedding reception which can be styled to your individual taste and budget with our “Menu Master”.
Our highly experienced Venue Assistants with help you plan your day and advise you through each stage of the proceedings to ensure that everything runs smoothly on the big day itself.
To receive a Brochure or for any further information, please click on the links above.
To view this beautiful historic venue, please call one of our Event Co-ordinators on 0121 303 2050 or contact us on [email protected] quoting reference WV1.
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Highbury is situated just three miles from Birmingham City Centre and New Street Station with its major intercity connections.Birmingham International Airport and the
National Exhibition Centre are just over ten miles from Highbury. The surrounding motorway networks, including the
M42, M40, M5, M6 and M1, are within easy reach.
Directions to Highbury from the City Centre:
Follow the Bristol Road (A38 Bromsgrove)from Birmingham’s City Centre. The Bristol Road crosses the Middle Ring Road at the Lee Bank Ring Road and follow the A38 for just under one mile. Turn left at Priory Road (B4217). Continue straight ahead into Edgbaston Road (B4217) past The County
Cricket Ground on the left. Turn right at the first traffic island into Russell Road. Continue straight ahead into Queensbridge Road.Turn right into Yew Tree Road. Highbury has a concealed entrance on the left hand side of the Road.
There is substantial free parking for vehicles within Highbury’s grounds.