Bristol Wedding Venue & Corporate Events – Chew Valley Weddings

A picturesque venue in the heart of the West Country

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Chew Valley Weddings, The Woodland, Chew Stoke, Bristol, BS40 8XR

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Just to say thank you SO much for our amazing tipi’s for our wedding, they were absolutely wonderful, far exceeding expectations.

Sophie Scott, July 2016

Chew Valley Weddings were an absolute pleasure to work with, from start to finish. Right from the initial enquiry to the pack down after the wedding the entire team were friendly, efficient and laid back, taking any potential stress out of an otherwise stressful situation.

Meg Pope, May 2017

I couldn’t recommend Chew Valley Weddings highly enough for a wedding or any other kind of event where you want to create something unique and special - they really made our wedding exactly that.

Claire Anstie, July 2017

We were massively impressed with the team, nothing was too much trouble and the finished set up was exactly what we’d imagined and then some. Our guests are still talking about how amazing the tipis were and it was great to see to many people so visibly impressed on the day.

Cathy & Dom, September 2016

The Story

Bristol Wedding Venue – Chew Valley Weddings lies on the edge of a Valley tucked away behind ancient and recently planted woodland overlooking the stunning Chew Valley Lake.

Chew Valley Lake itself is infact a world renowned fishing lake and one of the main sources of water for both Bristol, Bath and surrounding areas. This beautiful lake was once farmland and home to some of the Hasell’s Farms before the lake was flooded and opened by the Queen in 1957.

The site is part of the Hasell’s family organic farm of which Luke and Marcus (the Hasell Brothers) are now fifth generation farmers with a passion for organic farming and encouraging community engagement.

Martin’s Woodland was originally planted in 2004 in memory of the boy’s father. Following the subsequent and untimely passing of their mother it now forms an especially important part of the farm, as a tranquil space for both remembrance and celebration.

The farm manages approximately 500 acres and produces organic pedigree Devons along with small amount of other livestock. Luke set up an organic butchery business called The Story and The Community Farm; an organic vegetable box scheme that serves Bristol and Bath with home grown organic food.

The Brothers also have an organic festival called Valley Fest which is up and coming and bringing food and music together to raise the awareness of organic farming and raise important money for the charities that meant so much to their parents.

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