Celebrate amongst the trees & wildflower meadows of this woodland wedding venue
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GreenAcres Woodland Weddings is a beautiful unique wedding venue. Surrounded by a stunning mature woodland, a place of natural beauty and breath taking views.
GreenAcres Woodland Weddings is a true woodland wedding venue. Our beautiful wedding venue in Rainford, is surrounded by a stunning 65 acre mature woodland, and can be found nestled within the metropolitan county of Merseyside.
GreenAcres offers you a wonderful combination of superb surroundings, numerous options for your ceremony and the opportunity to be able to create your own special celebration with our caring and supportive team. Whether you choose to work with a local registrar or independent celebrant, GreenAcres is both flexible and committed to giving you the wedding day that you want.
Celebrate your wedding amongst the trees and wildflower meadows and look out from our Woodland Hall with its floor to ceiling windows providing glorious views across the woodland valley as you take your marriage vows. GreenAcres is a very special wedding venue where you’re able to create your very own wedding day that’s individual, personal and utterly memorable.
When you book your wedding with GreenAcres Woodland Weddings, you’ll enjoy exclusive venue hire, a choice of locations for your ceremony and the assistance of a GreenAcres wedding coordinator before your wedding.
The GreenAcres story really begins a long time ago when the trees that now tower above our park were planted. The phrase that mighty oaks grow from tiny acorns has never been more appropriate. We’re incredibly proud to be the custodians of this special place and now we’re thrilled to be opening our park for weddings for the first time.
Photo Credits (2, 5, 7, 9 + 10): Hannah Duffy Photography
GreenAcres Woodland Weddings is nestled between two majestic woodlands, Emma and Graces wood within the county of Merseyside, a family owned business that has been awarded the Green Flag standard for the second year running. A Green Flag recognises Britain’s best green spaces attained through tree planting, feeding the birds with various feeders, piling deadwood for small mammals and providing homes in the form of bird, bat and owl boxes for our ariel wildlife. Greenacres also promotes green practices within its venue, the building is made from sustainable materials, only environmentally friendly cleaning agents are used, and heating to the building is supplied via a wood fuelled boiler.
Since the park opened in 2013 the woodland team have planted over 70,000 trees including the orchard which was planted in November 2014, with the help of volunteers and the tree conservation society.