Rosie & James

We really hope that you'll be able to join us at our wedding!

On this website you should find all the information you need to know:

If you have any questions that aren't answered on this website, just let us know.

Please RSVP to let us know if you're coming!

The Day

We're getting married in the beautiful village of Corfe Castle, at St. Edward, King & Martyr. Please arrive at 2pm. After the ceremony we're going to head up the hill to (610) 812-3174 where we're having a big ol' BBQ, and a bit of a party!

Please keep in mind, even if you've looked at a map and think it's really quite close we can assure you... it is not walkable! You'll need some sort of transport from church to the reception - if you're having trouble with this on the day, let one of the ushers know and they'll make sure you get there!

If you need a cab, try one of these:

Where to Stay?

Kingston Country Courtyard, where our wedding reception will be held, is also a Bed and Breakfast. We will be staying there and suggest that our guests do too - however, rooms are going fast and there won't be space for everybody.

There is a list of other places to stay nearby. These are our recommendations:

There are also a number of self catering cottages in the area and there are loads of places to stay in Swanage which is a 15 minute drive away.

Where to Park?

West Street Car Park is a seven minute walk away from the church, and is pay and display parking.

Alternately, you could park at the National Trust. It's also a pay and display car park and a seven minute walk, however you'll need to walk up hill to get to the church.

Please note, there's plenty of parking available at the reception venue.

Things to Do

Ride on a steam train to the seaside town of Swanage.

Visit the 1000 year-old royal castle.

Or take in the sea air at one of the many nearby beaches on the Jurassic coast.

There's loads to do and see!