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A truly magnificent setting for a truly magnificent day...
St. Paul's is a beautiful setting for your wedding ceremony and / or wedding reception.
St Paul’s Church is a 10 minute stroll from the centre of Cambridge and the railway station. It has an attractive entrance with a small lawn, flower borders and a light, spacious reception area where guests can be greeted and enjoy post-ceremony drinks and canapés.
The well-proportioned, high ceilinged Main Hall has stunning stained glass windows, with pale oak floors to create a sense of light and space. The underfloor heating ensures it is also cosy in colder months. Candelabras on the walls and pillars make a candlelit occasion possible.
The space offers potential for a variety of layouts and can accommodate up to 200 for a formal wedding breakfast and 300 for an informally seated finger and fork occasion. A raised area serves as a stage for entertainment and the room is equipped with wireless internet, AV and PA systems.
The site also offers a smaller hall with an industrial kitchen and ample outside space for outdoor catering such as a BBQ or hog roast. A fully licensed bar can be provided on request.
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Cambridge, CB2 1JP
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