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Ingleside House Wedding Harriet & Seb

Ingleside House Wedding.

Harriet & Seb’s wedding at Ingleside House In Cirencester was a sweet, simple and beautiful wedding.

I started the morning with Harriet and her bridesmaids at the beautiful Castle Barn in Wragg as the bide and her bridesmaids were getting ready, the place was a buzz with wedding activities and happy faces.

St. Matthews Church.

After getting a few shots with the girls I headed to St. Matthews Church in Stroud to join the boys and wait for the bride to arrive.

After the wedding service, it was time to head over to Ingleside House for the rest of the wedding day and lots more photographs.

Ingleside House Wedding Slideshow.

Ingleside House Wedding Gallery.

Ingleside House Wedding.

Ingleside House is the perfect country-house setting for a beautiful Cotswold wedding, in a town location. We can cater for an intimate wedding of 10 up to a large reception for 180.

All weddings are tailor-made to your personal wishes for the day, with no attention to detail spared, as we truly care as much about the success of your day as you do.​

We are licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships by the Gloucestershire Registration Service allowing you to spend your whole wedding day in the comfort of our grounds.

Please contact us for more information, to request a brochure or book a tour to view the property.

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  2. Our entire wedding was perfect because of the organisation and care provided at Ingleside House. Aside from the venue being everything we needed it to be, every detail was considered in a practical and friendly way and all the staff were absolutely delightful and helpful every step of the way…I could not recommend Ingleside more highly

  3. Ingleside House, formally The Beeches and then Ingleside School, is a Grade II listed building, extensively and sympathetically renovated.

    Dating from the late 18th century it has early and mid-19th and early 20th Century additions. Its name derives from adjacent beech groves owned by the Chester-Masters, landlords of the old Abbey Estates in which it was built. The house straddles the line of the old city wall. In the hall of the house, a splendidly carved mantelpiece depicts an old Fly Waggon, with its barrel-shaped hood and team of eight horses. It appeared on the trading card of the carriers Tanner and Baylis, who from 1812, had premises in Cirencester. They kept 28 horses, conveying goods by waggon to London every midnight, a journey which took two days and two nights. Mr Baylis lived at The Beeches from 1817 until shortly after the Great Western Railway arrived in 1841, which made the same trip to London in just six hours.

    The 1851 Census shows Joseph Sewell, gentleman, owning The Beeches. Having made small alterations and additions to the house and estate, he left the property jointly to his sons, when he died in 1891. In 1893, Edward Clare Sewell gained full title to The Beeches after his brother Charles died tragically in South Africa. A local solicitor and High Steward of the borough, Charles took a keen interest in the town and its history. Making substantial additions and alterations to the house, garden and estate he employed a large domestic staff.

    The property was very substantial, by the time it was sold, in 1923, to Major Victor Ferguson, whose tenure was somewhat short and unremarkable. In 1925 The Beeches passed to Colonel Bartholomew Price. He remained there until 1942 when requisitioned for the remainder of WWII, it became the offices of Dulci, who made weapon-components at its factories in the town.

    Just after the war, Cirencester Urban District Council purchased The Beeches, leasing it to Cirencester Community Association which was formed to provide evening classes and a place for local clubs and societies to meet. In its hey-day, under its most successful warden, Fergus ‘Mac’ McLellan (1949-1974) the Barn Theatre was built and over 60 weekly activities took place there. However, through the years, the Association was never really able to pay its way. Transferred to Cotswold District Council and called The Phoenix Centre after 1972, over time, it lost its evening classes and its funded warden while accumulating increasing debts and arrears which gradually forfeited all its property to its landlords.

    In 1960 Mrs Margaret Selby the founder of Ingleside School asked for temporary accommodation for 28 pupils in two rooms at The Beeches. By 1979 it had 100 pupils using five rooms, the theatre and gardens with a sub-lease granted by Cotswold District Council. It continued on from strength to strength. Upon Mrs Selby’s death in 1991, ownership passed to Mrs Cox in 1992 then Mrs Blades in 1996. New management at the school felt strong enough to take over the head-lease when Cirencester Community Association was finally disbanded in 2000, while the sub-lease of the Barn Theatre and the adjacent cottage was taken on by Cirencester Light Operatic formed by three Operatic Society’s members.

    In 2007 the school had depleted in numbers and three local people with connections to the Barn Theatre and The Vaults (as it was then) which sat within the old servants quarters, got together and decided to bring a new, elegant, sophisticated events and conference centre to Cirencester with state of the art technology.

    With connections to local musical groups, as well as many involved with the media and arts on both a professional and amateur basis, the dream was to build a venue that not only provides facilities to the general public and businesses within the town but also provides facilities for the arts in Cirencester.

    And with that – a new history started for Ingleside House.

    10 years later that history was once again revamped with the launch of the professional refurbished Barn Theatre and Téatro.

  4. Ingleside House Wedding

    Ingleside House is the perfect country-house setting for a beautiful Cotswold wedding, in a town location. We can cater for an intimate wedding of 10 up to a large reception for 180. All weddings are tailor-made to your personal wishes for the day, with no attention to detail spared, as we truly care as much about the success of your day as you do.

    We are licensed for Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships by the Gloucestershire Registration Service allowing you to spend your whole wedding day in the comfort of our grounds.

    Please contact us for more information, to request a brochure or book a tour to view the property.

  5. From birthdays to Bar Mitzvahs

    Ingleside House is the perfect venue for any event or celebration and we work very closely with you to be as flexible as possible to best meet your requirements.

    The house has three beautiful function rooms perfect for private dining room or intimate parties. In addition, our library room can be used as a private cinema or a living room space perfect for coffee mornings, catch-ups or even an evening in with the Xbox!

  6. Ingleside House Proms

    so celebrate with Ingleside House. Our Pavilion is the perfect venue for young ladies and gents to party in style.

  7. Meetings, lunches, networking

    Ingleside House has been converted into a fantastic venue perfect for corporate meetings with state of the art tech technology. Each meeting room, beautifully decorated, has a large television which can be used to play DVDs or provide laptop projection.

    Flip charts, WIFI, TV & video are all provided on a complimentary basis and we would be delighted to arrange any additional equipment if required. We can also offer record and playback facilities as well as a selection of delicious catering options provided by our chefs.

  8. Your special day, your way

    Ingleside House boasts many beautifully decorated rooms, meaning you can also host your special occasion your way, unique to you.

    For weddings, we are proud to be able to host Civil Wedding Ceremonies enabling both the ceremony and reception to be held in the comfort of one location.

    As well as our Pavilion, our stylish rooms are perfect for ceremonies, intimate receptions, dinner parties and more – the choice is yours.

  9. An elegant space

    A beautiful demountable marquee style facility created in conjunction with Richardson’s Marquees. It provides an elegant space completely adaptable for your requirements. It is a blank space for you to create your perfect wedding.

    The Pavilion can seat from 60 to 150 guests depending on the seating configuration. It has its own dance floor, bar, toilet facilities, and outside area.

    The facility is offered with a state of the art soundproofing and noise-cancelling sound system. We can work with your Disco or Live Band to provide the best sound for you. We also have a variety of lighting options to suit your theme.

  10. What's happening at Ingleside?

    There is always something happening at Ingleside House or at it’s surrounding partners, Téatro and The Barn Theatre.

    Be a part of everything that is new and exciting at this wonderful venue.

    Check out our calendar below for the latest, and don’t forget to look out for updates on Social Media.

  11. Cirencester's exciting new bar and restaurant

    Situated in the grounds of Ingleside House, Téatro offers eclectic quality dining in unique surroundings.

    Our Chefs are inspired by cuisine from around the world and use the finest English ingredients to bring you a wonderful menu that suits all taste buds.

    Téatro offers an amazing bar experience with a wide selection of drinks, especially our gin selection. On Fridays and Saturday evenings Téatro has a pianist entertains guests.

    As well as the wonderful interior, Téatro offers a large outdoor dining space with an enclosed terrace including our log fire pit.

  12. The Barn Cirencester

    Ingleside is proud to be partnered with the new state-of-the-art, 200-seat theatre.

    For theatre-lovers of all ages, The Barn Theatre is the place to share top-class regional theatre and performing arts education.

    This is because of the fusion of high-profile and new talent and state-of-the-art facilities – all in the heart of historic Cirencester in the Cotswolds.

  13. About Ingleside House

    At Ingleside House, they take every wedding as personally as you certainly will. This outstanding wedding venue located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

    boasts everything you might need for a remarkable wedding surrounded by your loved ones. This is an eclectic fusion of contemporary comforts with genuine vintage features that will charm and captivate you and your guests.

  14. Ingleside House Wedding Fete
    May 26, 2014

    Ingleside House Wedding Fete was arranged by Kelly the hugely enthusiastic and organised wedding planner at the venue. It was a fabulous day which encompassed all the family. The children enjoyed a bouncy castle whilst the engaged couples could concentrate on tasting amazing samples at The Cake Chemists or check out the photo booth set up by Photography By Stephanie, to name a cuple of companies on hand to help arrange stunning weddings.
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  15. Love Me Love My Wedding Presents….Ingleside House

    Here on Love Me Love My Wedding we like to get a bit more involved with our readers and the suppliers who provide the fabulous inspiration for the blog. we want brides to ask for advice, make suggestions for features, we want suppliers providing expert advice and opinion. This is your blog so get involved.:)

    That is why I went on a little road trip last week with videographer Unforgettable Memories to meet Kelly, the in house wedding planner, at a little gem of a venue in Cirencester called Ingleside House. I had never been there before and was struck by it’s elegance, charm and friendliness. It is truly a venue for couples who want a bespoke wedding in an elegant country house setting, but also, there’s a down and dirty genuine pub and live music venue in the basement if you are looking for a completely contrasting style of venue.

    However, it is so hard to explain in words or even pictures just how fab a venue it is, which is why we have created the first in what will be a series of feature films showing off the very best kept venue secrets across the country.

    The venue will take centre stage in a series of styled shoots coming up on the blog in the next few weeks but I couldn’t resist sharing the venue showcase with you for a minute longer.

  16. Beautiful Ingleside House, The Vaults live music pub, and The Barn Theatre, together with Ingleside’s renowned food and ambience are the principal ingredients that create the exciting Ingleside Experience.

    Weddings, Dinners, Events, Corporate Clients and Serviced Offices blend with Rock’n’Roll, Opera, Open-Mic Nights, and that year-round Ingleside speciality – “Competitively priced parties of every shape and size”. This ranges through a Private Dinner for 8, an Intimate Party for 30 or a Celebration for 200.

    Whether it’s a Champagne Black-Tie event, Family Buffet or Curry & Rice, you tailor your Ingleside Experience.

  17. After a yearlong refurbishment programme of love, Ingleside House has been converted from a former school to a stunning events, weddings and conference centre which has maintained all its original features and charm.

    This Grade II listed stately home is situated in the heart of The Cotswolds in Cirencester, with a stunning private garden this venue is the country house experience for any occasion.

    Ingleside House offers state of the art technology, coupled with real wholesome food – making it the events venue of the area.

  18. At Ingleside House, they will absolutely take care as much about the success of your wedding as you certainly will. This outstanding wedding venue located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, boasts everything you might need for a remarkable wedding surrounded by your loved ones.

    Facilities and capacity

    Holding a full licence for civil ceremonies, this setting can be hired on an exclusive basis for a party of 20 people or for a larger reception of up to 200 guests, offering full privacy and class to celebrate your unique wedding day.

    Services offered

    Their enthusiastic staff can arrange everything to match your demands, be it the catering, the entertainment or the delivery itself. They also have a range of fabulous suppliers that they have worked with in the past and would highly recommend.


    This Grade II listed stately home is lovely located in the centre of The Cotswolds, in Cirencester. With an impressive private garden -perfect for wedding pictures- this venue is the country house experience for any style of event.

  19. Where do I start. These two, oh these two <3

    Rosie asked me almost a year ago to photograph her wedding, having been friends for quite some time it was a bit risky. This could of been the end of our friendship... It's safe to say its not!

    This wedding was an absolute emotional roller coaster for me, never ever ever have I been so emotional watching two people get married, from watching Rosie put on her absolutely stunning dress to warren fighting back the tears as his bride approached. Thank goodness I had my camera to hide my face!

    Rosie and Warren are possibly two of my favourite people ever and just how much they love each other makes my spine shiver...

    From this I have learnt its not weddings I love, it's love...

    I was with them from start to finish, and had the most amount of fun. Rosie and Warren, I can not thank you enough for trusting me and letting me be apart of your amazing wedding day.

    I love you both <3 <3 <3

    Here's to years and years and years of happiness!

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