Al fresco weddings planned in Sheffield
Weddings could be held in the gardens at Mosborough Hall Hotel.
Bosses want to install a gazebo – in this case, a permanent wooden structure with a flagstone base and cedar tile roof – in the grounds.
The venue, owned by former BBC director general Greg Dyke’s firm Vine Hotels, has permission to hold marriage ceremonies, but UK law dictates that for a wedding to take place it must be within a permanent structure with a roof.
Once the ‘deluxe pavilion’ is installed, weddings would happen undercover with guests seated on the lawn on removable chairs.