Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Celebrating love in Lincoln’s newest events venue

Lincoln’s newest venue, Southside, is to stage its first wedding fair next month to showcase its own spaces as well as local suppliers who can make your big day memorable for all the right reasons.

The first Southside Wedding Fair takes place on Sunday 2nd April at the former St Katherine’s Church, which is itself available to hire for wedding receptions of all kinds.

The fair will feature a wide range of exhibitors accompanied by live music inside the Grade II listed building.

Entry to the wedding fair is free, but tickets must be reserved via the website and printed before arrival or displayed on a smartphone.

It will take place between 11am and 3pm at Southside, Colegrave Street, Lincoln LN5 8DW.“We’re so happy to be able to host a variety of wedding receptions here at Southside,” said Emily Nichol, Operations Director at the venue.

“As Lincoln’s newest events venue we are excited to showcase the best of local wedding suppliers, providing great ideas and inspiration to make your special day exceptional in every way!

“As a venue we’re taking wedding booking enquiries and aim to cater for everyone, so don’t be shy if you’re looking for something a little different. Whether you want a traditional celebration or something completely out of the ordinary, our staff are here to guide and help you from start to finish.”

There is plenty of parking available on the day for visitors at the edge of South Common.

Interested in having a stall? Book yours now by emailing

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