The Wedding Barn
The Sussex Barn Hellingly is a beautiful 400-year-old oak framed barn situated on a working farm in the parish of Hellingly. With ample parking, countryside views and stunning beams, The Sussex Barn Hellingly is the perfect setting for your wedding reception.
The Sussex Barn offers you the flexibility to create an individual wedding day unique to you, a blank canvas to inspire you and make your wedding day your own. You have exclusive access to the barn and courtyard 2 days before your wedding allowing you time to create your perfect setting.
The enclosed and private courtyard on the east side of The Sussex Barn, gives you a wonderful space for you to greet your guests after your ceremony or perhaps a place for an evening hog roast or barbeque.
We also cater other events at The Sussex Barn, from corporate days to christenings to charity events.
Frickley Lake is a beautiful outdoor wedding venue in East Sussex. On a private farm, this stunning freshwater lake nestled among beech and oak trees in the beautiful Sussex countryside is the perfect setting for your wedding.
A beautiful collective of lake, wedding marquee, boathouse, camping gardens, chill-out pagoda, UV forest, firepit and woodland making it the most perfectly romantic of places.
Bookings are made with exclusive use over a weekend, for up to 150 guests ~ giving you space and time to make the most of this delightful venue to create your own wedding in the style you love. Whether it be simply rustic, classic chic, bohemian hip or vintage homemade ~ the possibilities are delightfully endless.
Frickley Lake offers the Bride & Groom and their guests a pretty, romantic venue with the wonderful chance to celebrate & sleep under the stars, all within a beautiful country setting.
This charming estate, set in the heart of the mouth-watering East Sussex landscape, is steeped in its own fascinating history.
The members of the Fuller family were local landowners at Brightling, East Sussex from the late 16th Century onwards and the family fortune was built upon iron and the manufacture of ironware, especially cannons and similar equipment, for the British Royal Navy. Jack Fuller became famous for the amazing follies he built on his estate (including a stone pyramid in the grave yard of Brightling church!). These follies still stand today and help to make Brightling Park not only a superb location for your wedding but also a fascinating day out.