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Morley Hayes looking for its Married Couples - 30 Years On

Morley Hayes looking for its Married Couples - 30 Years On

Did you have your wedding reception at Morley Hayes between October and December 1991? If so, the Derbyshire hotel and leisure complex wants to hear from you!

Morley Hayes is celebrating its 30th anniversary later this month and is looking for any couples who had their wedding receptions at the establishment between October and December 1991 to join them for their 30th anniversary celebrations.

The first wedding receptions took place in the barn at Morley Hayes. The complex was granted a licence to host weddings in 1996 and has been hosting wedding ceremonies and wedding breakfasts ever since.

Facilities have expanded significantly over the years with a range of stylish country-inspired suites and outdoor settings.

In 2012, a license was granted to perform outdoor weddings in a specially constructed wedding dome, situated in the picturesque Morley Hayes gardens. Outdoor venues now also include the Wedding Lodge and the Meadows, where couples can exchange their vows amongst wildflowers with stunning views of the Derbyshire countryside.

Over the last 30 years, Morley Hayes has hosted hundreds of weddings and established a reputation as one of the region’s best wedding venues, winning the title of East Midlands Wedding Venue of the Year several times.

Speaking about their 30th anniversary on 21 October, Andrew Allsop, managing director of Morley Hayes, said:

“We would love to find any married couples who held their wedding receptions at Morley Hayes between October and December 1991, so we can share our special day with them.

“Since 1991, our dedicated team of wedding co-ordinators have worked hard to create weddings and receptions that are as individual as our guests and are thrilled that so many of our couples return to celebrate their anniversaries in our hotel and restaurants.

“We can’t wait to hear from our couples and look forward to celebrating this momentous occasion with them.”

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