Lisa and Jack ~ Holy Trinity Wentworth

The breathtakingly beautiful Holy Trinity church at Wentworth where I shot Jack and Lisa’s wedding. The grade 2 listed church was designed by gothic revival architect John Loughborough Pearson who’s responsible for some amazing cathederal’s and notable buildings.

I traveled to the stunning village of Wentworth in South Yorkshire to shoot the lovely Lisa and Jack’s wedding at the Holy Trinity Church. The Barn at the Rockingham arms was the venue for the evening reception. I’m now a huge fan of Wentworth heritage and characteristics. Blessed with great weather Lisa and Jack had a fantastic day as did their families. The Rockingham Arms was in strolling distance for the guests were they mingled and had a great time. There was plenty of happy moments and emotion as both families enjoyed the speeches in the Barn before the evening fun and dancing….

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Wentworth wedding ~ Jack and Lisa

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Holy Trinity churchWenworth ~ designed by John Loughborough Pearson

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Jack and lisa

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