Morley Hayes, one of the region’s best-loved wedding venues, has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.

The hotel and wedding venue on Main Road in Morley is a finalist in the East Midlands Venue category at the I Do Magazine Wedding Awards 2017, which are recognised as the ‘People’s Awards’ of the wedding industry.

Now in their third year, the I Do Magazine Wedding Awards enable the best wedding suppliers from across the East Midlands and Yorkshire to come together to celebrate the work they do.

With categories ranging from bridalwear, jewellery and stationery to venue styling, photography and wedding cakes, the awards give brides and grooms the chance to recognise those suppliers who go the extra mile to make couples’ dream day exceptional.

The winners of each category are decided entirely by the votes of the brides and grooms who have personally used these suppliers.

The winner of each category will be announced at the I Do Wedding Awards 2017 Ceremony, which is taking place at Sheffield City Hall on Tuesday 16 May 2017.

Speaking of being shortlisted for the East Midlands Venue award, Andrew Allsop, managing director of Morley Hayes, said:

“We are delighted that our customers have taken the time and trouble to vote for us for this prestigious award.

“Here at Morley Hayes, we always go the extra mile to make sure our brides and grooms have the most memorable experience possible and to know that our efforts have been recognised in this way is incredibly gratifying.”

The I Do Wedding Awards are a good marker of a truly great supplier and whenever a couple sees an ‘I Do’ finalist or winners logo, they know they are about to work with a wedding supplier that has been highly recommended by other brides and grooms.

Morley Hayes is set in the stunning Derbyshire countryside overlooking parkland golf courses. It boasts a luxury four star, 32-bedroom hotel and a choice of three restaurants, including the award-winning two AA rosette Dovecote restaurant, Roosters and Spike Bar.

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