Hire of the venue only is as follows:
2019 from £2000 (August & September from £2500)
2020 from £2000 (August & September from £2500)
This is a guide and all prices are POA.
Prices exclude registrar fees and services providers such as a marquee.
A 50% non-refundable deposit of the bespoke price is taken at the time of booking. The remainder of the agreed price must be received no later than 4 weeks prior to your wedding.
Please note we do not have the facilities for accommodation at Thurning Hall. Camping or overnight sleeping is strictly forbidden. We are lucky enough to be surrounded by many fantastic hotels and B&B’s. Here are a few that previous guests and wedding parties have used:
We happily encourage you to include children in your celebrations, however we do stress that the gardens are surrounded by private farmland and the lake and stream at Thurning Hall have no barriers. There is strictly no bathing in stream or lake. It’s often a great idea to provide a children’s entertainment area in order to ensure they are having fun too – we’ve had bouncy castles and more for previous weddings!
We are sorry but we cannot allow dogs at the venue due to the surrounding farmland.
A few recommended providers are listed below, and a full list of approved service providers will be supplied once the booking has been confirmed. We are happy for you to consider other providers, however your choices must be approved by the venue.
Your Norfolk Wedding
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Terms & Conditions must be signed and agreed in order for the booking to be accepted by the venue. Read the Terms and Conditions here.
OTHER USEFUL CONTACTS
Norfolk County Council – Details on how to marry in Norfolk
Website – 0344 800 8020
Your Norfolk Wedding – resources for getting married in Norfolk
Your Norfolk Wedding
OFFICIAL INFO: The premises of Thurning Hall have been approved by the authority (Norfolk County Council) as a venue for marriage in pursuance of section 26(1)(bb) of the 1949 Act and the formation of civil partnerships under section 6(3a)(3b) of the 2004 Act.