New wedding venue The Old Gore Barn is launching in the Cotswolds

The Old Gore Barn, a new Cotswolds wedding venue, is opening in the summer of 2021 and will be run by street food brand Baz & Fred.

The dynamic duo behind the street food brand Baz & Fred are opening a new Cotswolds wedding venue, The Old Gore Barn, in August 2021.

Old Gore is a traditional Cotswold stone barn, near Cirencester, that can accommodate up to 150 people and features oak-timbered ceilings, roaring log fires, twinkling fairy lights, with open plan layouts and yard space.

The outside area will have street food stalls and rustic fire pits, that can be used to keep guests warm or prepare barbecue food.

Baz said: ‘After all these years of travelling around the country catering for weddings nationwide, we noticed one thing; people are after a more laid-back style venue instead of the traditional style of wedding, but in an amazing building and beautiful surroundings.

‘With the country currently in the process of moving hundreds of thousands of weddings from one date or venue to another we thought now would be the best time to introduce Old Gore Barn to the world for it to open this summer!’

By Maddy Richards


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Friday 29 January 2021

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