The Wedding Venue
We offer an unusual and elegant venue for your wedding reception in our historic building. Facilities are modern, of a high standard and accessible to all.
The building dates from 1790 when it formed part of the Kirton in Lindsey House of Correction, acting as the Quarter Sessions Hall. It was rebuilt in the Market Place to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and was recently re-opened by HRH the Earl of Wessex, her great, great, great grandson. Our attractive main hall is light and airy with views across the Market Place and over the Trent Valley.
We have rooms to suit all sizes of events from a small intimate party to a larger wedding breakfast. The main hall will seat 140-150 for a formal wedding breakfast or up to 160 for an informal buffet.
The small hall will seat 30-40 for a formal event or up to 50 for an informal gathering. We also have a smaller room which would seat 12-16. Our venue gives you the opportunity to organise the event as you choose with our support. There is a small attractive garden for photographs and use as part of the venue. The green, edged with many mature trees is only a short stroll away.
For more photographs please see our online album.