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North Cadbury Court (according to Wikipedia) in North Cadbury, Somerset, England is a country house built around 1580-1610, by Sir Francis Hastings.
It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
Hastings bought North Cadbury from his older brother Henry Hastings, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon.
He had lived on the estate for several years previously while he managed his brother’s estates in the Southwest.
After Francis’s wife Magdalene died in 1596, Hastings sold the court with the rest of the manor to Matthew Ewens, one of the Barons of the Exchequer.
His great-nephew, also called Matthew Ewens, sold the manor to Arthur Duck.
During the 1980s the interior fittings and decoration of the adjacent Church of St Michael were damaged beyond repair. The local sculptor John Robinson designed modern figures to replace them.
If you’d like to discuss your wedding at North Cadbury Court, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
I’d love to hear from you.
Here is a recent quote from Chloe, whose wedding I shot here recently:
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos from our North Cadbury Court Wedding.
So many lovely moments captured.
Lots of tears and laughter caught in moments throughout the day. Just so beautiful.
I have no idea how we’re going to choose the album images from all of them!
The lighting in some of the black and white photos are just gorgeous.
You have a brilliant eye for capturing someone and singling them out from across a room.
It’s so nice to be able to see all our guests enjoying themselves at our wedding – so many moments we didn’t get to see on the day.
Thank you again. Have a good week.
Some Recent Weddings at North Cadbury Court
Below you will see some recent weddings I’ve photographed at the venue.
Please take a look and then explore the rest of my website at your leisure.