Wedding Photography at Baddow Park, Essex.

Phil & Sioban married this spring at one of Essex`s finest wedding venues, Baddow Park, Great Baddow.

 

First time for me at this at this quirky wedding venue, the morning started with Sioban getting ready followed by their wedding service in the conservatory at Baddow Park, superb day for a wonderful couple.

 

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The earliest reference to Baddow Park goes back to the will of John Pascall Esquire of Great Baddow dated 1581.  Amongst his properties were the Manors of Great Baddow and Sir Hughes. The original House was replaced in 1890 with the House in its current form.  Original wood panelling (dating back to the 16th century) was installed in the House.

In 1946 the present property was bought by Horace Kilian (Annie Gough’s father), together with 68 acres of land .

During the Second World War, Baddow Park was requisitioned by the Ministry of Defence for military personnel.  In total, 99 men were billeted in the House and in barracks in the grounds.