Rise Hall in the East riding of Yorkshire was rebuilt by Richard Bethell between 1815 and 1820. During the second world war the manor served as the headquarters for searchlight batteries in the local area and From 1946 until 1989 the building was used as a convent school and was dedicated to St Philomena and served host to an order of nuns, the Canonessess Regular of St Augustine. The Hall was purchased by Sarah Beeney and her husband Graham swift in 2001.
In November 2010 Sarah Beeny presented Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare on C4 showing her plans for the renovation of Rise Hall as a family home and wedding venue. Today a Rise Hall wedding is always a beautiful experience for the team and I, with it’s large grounds and stunning architecture we are really spoilt for choice when its comes to finding those nice locations for your wedding photographs at this venue. Helen and her team run this establishment perfectly and are always very helpful and a pleasure to work with.
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