Heaton House Farm is a bespoke wedding venue set on the borders of Cheshire and Staffordshire and is the perfect place to host your big day, whether it involves a civil ceremony, a traditional reception following a church wedding, Asian wedding, Jewish wedding or another type of celebration.

Heaton House Farm is owned and run by Mick, Margaret and their daughter Sarah Heath who is the seventh generation to live there. They, along with their team love to meet couples to discuss their new and fun ideas.

In 2003 the family took the decision to diversify from being a dairy farm into utilising the barns on an all year round basis. It is now a unique barn wedding venue, which is concealed behind the farming façade. It will pleasantly surprise with its stunning beauty whilst blending rustic charm with a contemporary, modern finish.

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Yesteryear Rally 2014

Yesteryear Rally 2014

Classic Cars, Vintage Tractors and Steam Engines! There are also many stalls selling clothing, tools etc, so come and grab yourself a bargain! Food and drink stalls also onsite.

Heaton House Farm Christmas Party 2014


Heaton House Farm brings you the Christmas Party! Celebrate in style and join us for a sparkling drinks reception before dining in spectacular fashion in the festive filled barn. Then get ready to dance the night away with hits and dance floor classics from our fantastic DJ. It will be a cracker of a Christmas ...

To Diane and all the team at Heaton House Farm. Thank you so much for our amazing wedding day, it was truly magical and we just floated through it with massive smiles on our faces. We were so grateful for your fantastic organisational skills, creating a seamless operation from start to finish and your calming influence throughout. Heaton House Farm wowed us from the moment we saw it last Christmas and our wedding was perfect, we loved every minute of it and our guests agreed it was a fabulous day. With best wishes to you all for the festive season and in the New Year.

Mr and Mrs Pask