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Win a memorable wedding at The Midland Hotel in Manchester

PUBLISHED: 13:00 21 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:54 22 January 2018

Get married at the iconic Midland Hotel in Manchester

Get married at the iconic Midland Hotel in Manchester


The marvellous Midland Hotel Manchester is offering one lucky couple the chance to win their big day.

The Lancaster Suite at the Midland Hotel in Manchester Photo: Paul Adams The Lancaster Suite at the Midland Hotel in Manchester Photo: Paul Adams

Making your vows in the iconic Midland Hotel Manchester is a truly once in a lifetime experience. The Grade II listed building is an architectural marvel providing you with a stunning backdrop of timeless sophistication on your big day.

This grand Edwardian building in the heart of the city centre will allow your guests to glide into your venue with ease. Located within minutes of Piccadilly railway station, local Metrolink stations and excellent road connections, getting here couldn’t be easier and if you have guests travelling from a little further afield, the hotel is just a short car or train journey from Manchester Airport.

On hand to make your dream a reality will be The Midland’s specialised wedding coordinator, who has been invaluable to numerous couples holding their wedding ceremonies and celebrations at the hotel. She was also an instrumental part of The Midland being honoured with the title of “Best Wedding Venue- Central Manchester” twice at the Eat Drink and Sleep Awards, including the 2017 awards.

She not only has a wealth of experience at her finger tips but the support of a dedicated team, who would make your day a seamless affair. The Hotel’s facilities can cater for you and your guests both before and after the wedding too. Complete with two acclaimed restaurants, an award-winning tea room and a luxurious spa, it really is the place to celebrate your momentous day.

Dining in the Trafford Suite at the Midland Hotel in Manchester Photo: Paul Adams Dining in the Trafford Suite at the Midland Hotel in Manchester Photo: Paul Adams

The winner of this prize will receive a budget of £6,000 to spend on a memorable wedding at The Midland Hotel, Manchester. For your chance to win please write, in 150 words or less, why you think you are a deserved winner. You can also include a picture of you and your partner if you wish. We’ll also need your address, email and mobile telephone number.

Please note this information will be shared with the Midland Hotel/Q Hotel Group and you may be contacted by them or Archant with relevant marketing information. Fill in the form above or you can post your entry to Lancashire Life The Midland ‘Win a Wedding Competition’, The Barn, Hobb Lane, Daresbury, Warrington, WA4 5LS by 12pm February 28 2018

The best of luck!


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Terms and conditions

The wedding must take place before 22nd September 2019. Excludes dates from 5th November 2018 to 2nd January 2019. Dates will be subject to availability. The prize can not be used in Mr Cooper’s or The French Restaurants. Only available to new bookings and can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Entries must be directly from couples wishing to marry, not sent on behalf of entrants. Cash alternatives are not available. The editor’s decision is final. The prize is not transferable. If the winner is not able to utilise the prize the editor will chose another winner. For full terms and conditions including opt out information please visit our website.


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