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Why not get married in a yurt marquee in the Welsh Countryside

We stumbled across Coed Hills Rural Artspace when looking for an alternative site closer to home to plant trees as part of our Eco-business ethos.  Coed Hills is situated in the glorious Vale of Glamorgan countryside on the outskirts of Cowbridge in a village called St Hilary. 
It is one of Wales’ leading centres for sustainable living and the creative arts. Served by likeminded people who all have a passion for the environment and love of nature and the outdoors.  Coed Hills aim is to become a centre of education focused on nature, sustainability and traditional woodland skills and crafts, contributing to local tourism, employment and the rural economy. They are working towards self-sufficiency in energy production, doing this in order to reduce costs and effect on the local and global environment, and serve as a living experiment in what is possible when people actually care about the world around them .
Among the facilities at the centre are
  •  a unique yurt style conference venue, with artists’ workshops,
  • gallery space,
  • permaculture gardens,
  • sawmill,
  • green woodwork facilities,
  • a metalworking forge,
  • and various examples of sustainable and traditional building techniques, including the use of reclaimed materials.
  • In addition goats and chickens, a solar-aligned stone circle, disabled access paths and the first composting toilets in the Vale.
Weddings at Coed Hills
Coed Hills is the perfect setting for nature lover or pagan themed wedding but they do welcome marriages from all religious backgrounds and can supply their own minister to perform your ceremony.  Choose from an outdoor ceremony overlooking a lake or in a forest or a ceremony inside a yurt marquee.  The onsite minister can perform your blessing at the stone circle. 
For the Wedding breakfast either hire your own marquee or why not hire one of the many giant yurts available at Coed Hills.  There is also evening entertainment and catering available and as a self-sufficient establishment, most of the food on offer is grown or bred at Coed Hills. 
Coed Hills also has The Helter Shelter tipi campsite. Here you will find nestled into the woodland are five tipis available for hire, two of which can hold up to five people and three of which that can hold up to three.
A marriage at Coed Hills will be a spectacular event and also help them to invest in educating for a better future
Visit their Website for quotation http://www.coedhills.co.uk/main.php?pageid=19

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