Chester Town Hall and Trafford Hall

Chester Town Hall Chester Town Hall and Trafford Hall wedding – Rachel and Joe married at the Town Hall before heading off to the ever-lovely Trafford Hall, near Chester, for their reception.

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Trafford Hall, Chester, Wedding

Trafford Hall, Chester, wedding Trafford Hall, Chester, wedding  – more images to come from this gorgeous wedding at Trafford Hall, near Chester.     For more information and to book, please contact me here..

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Trafford Hall Wedding

Trafford Hall Wedding Trafford Hall, Chester was the venue for this lovely wedding. One of my favourite venues, it has fabulous road links locally and to the rest of the country. The grounds are varied and beautifully kept and there is plenty of space for your guests to mingle and be photograhed.

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RAF Cranwell Parade

A rare weekend off for me to attend my daughter’s Air Cadet Leadership Course Qualification Parade at RAF Cranwell. A great achievement and well done to all!

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Queen Hotel, Chester Prom

Queen Hotel Chester Queen Hotel Chester – fabulous prom location – great evening and huge fun – I love prom season! The Queen Hotel in Chester is a great prom location in addition to being a rather lovely wedding venue – I love photographing weddings here – so many ‘wow shot’ places to photograph couples…

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Scottish Weddings and Elopements

Scottish Weddings Scottish Weddings – Although I’m based in Chester and North Wales, I love to travel north for weddings whenever I can. This beautiful wedding took in The Ring Of Brodgar, an ancient stone circle that is 5000 years old – two thousand years older than Stonehenge. So in celebration of the coming Summer…

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