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A wedding service in a church is a fairy tale to some and a religious bore for others but no one can deny the architectural beauty of a traditional church.
Surrounded in heritage & history St Marys church of Mirfield team parish dates back centuries. The remains of the original church are still intact on the right but in urgent need of repair.
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Capturing the beauty of this this idyllic church wouldn’t have been possible with out reverend Helen Bulter. Yes that’s right a lady vicar and a marvelous one at that! If more engaged couples could see through the religious bravado long enough to meet Helen I know your opinions of a church wedding would change, Promise x

St Mary’s appeal aims raise funds to repair the bells, clock and tower, which dates from 1871. The process has begun to receive a helping hand from Heritage lottery fund. http://www.mirfieldteamparish.org.uk/#/st-marys-appeal/4571420086

Bridal wear by Alison Jane Bridal.
Photography by Image I Nation.
Hair by hair stylist Joanne.B.
Many thanks to the perfect model Sally
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The romance of a Mirfield Church
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Alison Hall
So the term walking down the aisle doesn’t actually fit the purpose any more does it? With many weddings happening nowhere near a church never mind a church aisle.