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Bashall Barn Wedding Photography

All I can say is I love being a wedding photographer at Bashall Barn. I get to meet and photograph some brilliant people at some fantastic wedding venues. Bashall Barn was the choice of venue for Lisa and Danny who wanted a relaxed & fun wedding.

Bashall Barn is an exclusive hire venue for every Bride and Groom with no hire charges; all food is locally produced on site especially for you and a fully stocked bar licensed until 12.30pm. It’s the perfect place to accommodate 50-130 seated guests for your wedding breakfast and up to 250 guests for your evening reception. You can also enjoy a wood fired pizzas, a hog roast or a buffet. If you wanted to contact Bashall Barn directly to enquire about your wedding then you can do so here.

What the bride said about Andy Griffiths Wedding Photography at Bashall Barn

“Choosing the right wedding photographer was a really difficult decision. We knew we wanted some traditional photos throughout the day but didn’t want to be taken off for ages and miss the party!! Andy was 100% the right choice- in fact, I’d say that he made the wedding day for us. Before the day, he met with us twice and discussed in loads of detail the approach he would take on the day. He was completely flexible with us and was happy to accommodate all of our requests. The photos from Andy are just perfect. I can’t recommend Andy highly enough- from start to finish he was the ultimate professional and the photos of our day are better than we could have ever dreamed of. Along the way, he was funny, relaxed and fit right in with the wedding party! A massive thank you.”

Bridal Preparation before the vows

The day started for me at Lisa’s parents home in Clitheroe, there was some real raw emotion before the wedding service and I was so pleased the bride was comfortable to allow me to capture some beautiful moments, whilst my second shooter Martin (Thanks Martin) joined Danny for groom prep. Lisa and Danny got married at St Peters Church in the Salesbury before heading to Bashall Barn for the reception and wedding breakfast.

Wedding Photography Dancing, drinking and a great wedding party at Bashall Barn

What a venue Bashall Barn is – the balcony and outside area is the perfect place for wedding guests to enjoy the wedding day, along side this the barn is just beautiful for the wedding breakfast. After the speeches the new Mr and Mrs spent the evening in the sun enjoying drinks and partying the night away with the fantastic Matthew Stephens who was entertaining everyone with his acoustic guitar and singing before getting everyone up on the dance floor. Having literally everyone sing Oasis in any wedding is pretty cool!

Make up on the bridewindow light and the brides shoesGran walking in to see the bride in the morningbridesmaid looking in the mirrordress being done upbride crying reading a letterGroom getting ready before the churchGroomsmen getting dressedGroomsmen walking to churchPhoto of the churchUshers waiting in the rain outside the churchWedding guest in a wheel chair arriving at the churchBrides mum hugging a guestBridesmaid waiting at the church door wayBride getting out of the carGroomsmen waiting in the churchBride walking down the aisleGroom looking back as bride walks down the aisleBride and her dad looking at each other in the churchBride and groom looking at a readerExchanging vowsbrides mum cryingGuests clappingBride greeting guests outside the churchBride hugging her grandadBride talking to guestsGuests laughingBestman laughing with guests outside the churchConfettiGuest putting confetti down grooms shirtBridesmaid catching the veilbride and her sister hugging at Bashall BarnReception drinks at bashall BarnPhoto of a cowBride and groom in the cow shedBride and groom walking down the road looking out to the Ribble ValleyBride and groom walking into the wedding breakfastGroomsman drinking out of a whiskey bottleBride laughing during her dads speechDads speechGroom speechBrides mum cryingGuests laughingBestman speechGroom laughingGroomsmen smoking out the decking of Bashall BarnGuests laughingDancing during wedding receptionGuests huggingBride and groom dancingBride and groom dancing with drinks in handBride and groom dancing with brides dadWedding guests all togetherBridesmaid laughingWedding guests dancingBride and groom walking in the fieldBride and groom smiling in the fieldBride and groom at sunsetFirst danceGuests picking up the groom on the dancefloorBride and groom in the airSilhouette of bride and groom

Thanks to the following suppliers who helped make the day what it was:

Suits: Next
Flowers: The incredible Flowers With Passion
DJ/ Singer: Matthew Stephens
Stationary: AB Co
Cake: The very talented – Lisa’s Aunty Sue
Transport: Austin Princess from Big Slo Limo Co
Videography: Amy Bellamy
Caterers: Bashall Barn

Bashall Barn Useful Information:

Whats the history behind Bashall Barn?

Bashall Barn actually opened in 2001 as a little local farm shop on a dairy farm. A family owned and run business, it has evolved over the years from a shop, which still exists in form today, to a tea room, then a restaurant and then eventually a wedding venue! It’s actually in the past few years, since we opened the Brook room in 2017, that people have started to take us seriously as a wedding venue. We are still very much a family business, our owner Simon and his daughter both work here, I don’t think they’ll ever leave!

What would you say makes Bashall Barn unique?

I’d have to say the views! I don’t know many places with a view like ours. It’s the perfect backdrop for your ceremony, drinks reception and those all important photos. (Rebecca, wedding coordinator, Bashall Barn)

Whats your biggest tips for couples getting married?

Be flexible with dates! Gone are the days where you could only get married on weekends, we find some of our best weddings are Fridays or even mid week, you might even save yourself a penny or two! (Rebecca, wedding coordinator, Bashall Barn)

Whats your most popular wedding package?

Now we do things a little differently here at Bashall, we don’t charge venue hire, or for things like your table cloths and glassware, you’ve got to have something to eat your food off right? This is actually the first year where we’ve launched packages but they do seem to be going down a treat. I’d probably say our winter wedding package has been the most popular so far, there’s a gin bar included so that’s probably why! (Rebecca, wedding coordinator, Bashall Barn)

How do you get to Bashall Barn?

With free car and coach parking, the easiest way to find us is from the A59 to Clitheroe. From Clitheroe take the Longridge signs heading out of Clitheroe past the Edisford Bridge Pub and turn right immediately after the pub. Bashall Barn is 1 mile from the pub on the right. There are lots of brown signs that will help you on your drive. 

What time does the bar close? 

The bar closes at 12.30pm

How many guests can they seat?

Bashall Barn are able accommodate 50-130 seated guests for your wedding breakfast and up to 250 guests for your evening reception.

How can you get in touch with Bashall Barn?

Email Bashall Barn via email at
Phone on 01200 428964

What is Bashall Barn’s Address: 

Bashall Barn Limited, Bashall Town, Clitheroe BB7 3LQ



How can I view Bashall Barn’s wedding brochures?

You can see Bashall Barns wedding brochures below:

Can I stay at Bashall Barn?

Yes they have a brand new wedding suites from 1st April 2019 which are exclusively for our couples. Each couple is guaranteed use of the suites the night before their wedding and on the night of. They’re the perfect place to drink prosecco and get ready with your girls in the morning and then rest your feet at the end of the night.
There is also loads of other local accommodation for your guests to enjoy. You can have a look at the visit Ribble Valley website for a list of accommodation throughout the Ribble Valley.

Can wedding guests stay at Bashall Barn?

No at the moment we don’t have any other space. But you can have a look at the visit Ribble Valley website for a list of accommodation throughout the Ribble Valley.

What are the opening times of Bashall Barns Restaurant?

The restaurant is open 9.30am until 5.30pm 7 days a week, 363 days a year. 

Can I see the restaurant menu?

Of course, here it is Bashall Barn Restaurant Menu

What is the restaurant like?

Offering unbelievable views of the Ribble Valley, the award winning food is fantastic. Starting with our traditional home cooked breakfasts to seasonal lunches and afternoon tea, you’ll certainly find something that you will love. The restaurant also offers private functions such as bridal showers, birthday parties and wakes. Get in touch with them directly to find out more.

Does Bashall Barn have a farm shop?

Yes, the main element to the shop is of course the food which is made on site. From ready meals to jams, chutneys and freshly made ice cream, you’ll find something to take home and enjoy. Bashall Barn also offers a wide variety of gifts, cards and hampers available that make the perfect gift for loved ones. 

Bashall Barn
Bashal Town,

T: 01200 428 964

"What a photographer!"

Andy was the ultimate supplier. From the second we enquired with Andy, he was very responsive and straight away put us at ease. Talking to Andy, i felt as though i had known him for years. On the day he was amazing with all our guests and our wedding photos speak for themselves. He was super discreet and just snapped pictures of the whole day without us noticing. I could not recommend Andy enough.

Lauren & Kier

April 2022

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