Sunderland Wedding Band
If you are beginning to plan your Sunderland wedding, you have come to the right place! North East Wedding Band Funk Conspiracy are here to tell you about Sunderland’s history. Ease some of your wedding woes by using this page as a guide to Sunderland’s finest wedding venues, hotels, restaurants and top visitor attractions.
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A Short History of Sunderland
Sunderland began as a fishing village situated at the mouth of the River Wear in 1100 and was made a town in 1154. In the 14th century shipbuilding began and over the centuries, the port of Sunderland grew, and by the end of the 17th century the town also had a glass making industry. It was in the 18th century that the shipbuilding industry in Sunderland boomed and the town became recognised for this. Sunderland was made a city in 1992. Key venues opened in the late 1990’s, including The Stadium of Light and the National Glass Centre (more information on these venues below.)
Sunderland Wedding Venues
Seaham Hall is located south of Sunderland bordering Durham. It’s a five star luxury hotel and spa on a clifftop overlooking the sea. If it’s a bespoke, luxurious and unforgettable Sunderland wedding you are after, then Seaham Hall is the location to choose for your special day.
The National Glass Centre opened in 1998, to reflect Sunderland's distinguished history of glass-making. They offer rooms and suites to cater for all your needs, from meeting rooms to full Centre hire.The actual building is a centre of national excellence supporting the production, education, presentation and enjoyment of contemporary glass - a centre with local impact and international reach, building on the unique heritage of Sunderland
Sunderland wedding hotel venues
The Sunderland Marriott is four star luxury hotel near the city centre in Sunderland. Expect everything you should from a typical Marriott hotel, in a beautiful sea-front location.
If you are planning a more modern Sunderland wedding, go for the Roker Hotel . This is a Best Western hotel with an enviable location overlooking the North Sea, and with beautiful banqueting room, this really is a place to celebrate in style!
If you fancy something a bit different, how about The Stadium of Light? This is Sunderland’s football ground and they have various packages to suit all budgets and tastes. It’s certainly a unique backdrop, and if you’re a football fan it’s an ideal location for your dream Sunderland wedding!
The Stadium of Light
Restaurants in Sunderland
Serendipity is a cosy little tea room with a charming vintage style. large selection of teas and home-made biscuits and tasty treats, this is the perfect place to pop in for a stylish cuppa! Or have some Thai cuisine in Thai Manor, a beautiful restaurant in the redeveloped Sunniside part of Sunderland. If you feeling more European, try Angelo’s, an authentic Italian restaurant in a grade II listed building in the town centre. You can even hire the venue for a wedding party!
Sunderland Aquatic Centre opened on the 18th April 2008. The construction cost around £20 million, and it is the only Olympic sized 50m pool between Leeds and Edinburgh, making it the largest swimming pool in the North East. It boasts six diving boards, which stand at 1 m, 3 m and 5 m. Other notable attractions for visitors to Sunderland include the 14th century Hylton Castle and the beaches of Roker and Seaburn.
Sunderland Aquatic centre
The Funk Conspiracy Sunderland wedding guide was written by Navella Caretto.