An Anglican church which was first set up in 1730, Grosvenor's Chapel is situated in central Mayfair, London - a stone's throw from Hyde Park, and a huge assortment of restaurants and hotels. Couples who wish to marry here do not have to specifically attend this church, and can obtain permission to marry from the resident priest, Father Richard Fermer.
This is a beautiful religious venue for Anglican couples, and was also featured in the 2001 film Love, Actually in the famous opening scene. With room for up to 200 guests, this is also a spacious place to have a large wedding.
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