A Venue with History
Curds Hall Barn is the one of the last standing builds of Curds Hall which was demolished between 1935-1950. Dating from the 17th century, The Barn is made up of reused medieval masonry, brick and flint, which has been lovingly cared for over the years to maintain its original structure and the unique chequered brick and flintwork.
Curds Hall Barn has had many different uses over the years from a workshop to a grain store, but in 2018 the barn was used for a family wedding on the family farm, which is where the idea of a wedding venue was born.
Lucy and Paul used Curds Hall Barn for their own wedding reception in 2018, from that date they put the plans in place to renovate the barn and share it with the public.
The Curds Hall Barn team have worked extremely hard to complete the renovations and convert Curds Hall Barn into the stunning venue it is today.
Meet Kevin, our Venue Manager here at Curds Hall Barn. With over 20 years of wedding experience he is the perfect fit to help guide you through the process of planning your big day and to make sure it all goes smoothly.
Curds Hall Barn is currently undergoing restoration work, with the aim to improve your overall experience of the venue. The work has included new flooring, windows and doors as well as redecoration throughout. This work, along with the new car park will be completed by winter 2020.
Restoration Work Funding
The development work at Curds Hall Barn was fortunate enough to receive support from the European Union through the Rural Development Programme; Leader, with the aim to strengthen the rural economy by helping micro and small businesses to create and sustain employment within the area.
We would like to thank the Local Action Groups in Norfolk and the Norfolk County Council Leader Team for their support through this process.