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Doncaster I Do Wedding Exhibition

WHERE: Doncaster Racecourse, Leger Way, Doncaster, DN2 6BB
WHEN: 17th March 2019, 10am until 4.30pm
TICKETS:

The Doncaster event will host over 140 of your finest local wedding suppliers, all eager to help you organise your special day. Best of all… it’s absolutely free for all brides-to be.

For the sixth year running the exhibition will be located within Doncaster Racecourses impressive Lazarus Hall exhibition space.

Your wedding planned in one day

Featuring everything you’ll need for your wedding day, under one roof, it really will be a day of pure wedding bliss. Starting with a bubbly reception and goodie bags full of freebies, there will be amazing Milan-style catwalk shows, a host of live entertainment from magicians to musicians, a wedding car display featuring classic, vintage, modern and prestige vehicles, plus competitions, special offers and so much more!

Facilities

FREE PARKING: There is ample, free show day car parking for brides and grooms-to-be and their guests.
BAR: There is a Pimms bar area open during the day located within the exhibition.
CAFE: Various food outlets will be open serving sandwiches, light snacks and meals along with tea, coffee, soft drinks.

Tickets

BRIDES GO FREE: Don’t forget to download your free brides ticket.
EARLY BIRDS: Guests can save money off the ‘on the door’ price when booking in advance

Directions to the show

Doncaster racecourse boasts excellent links to the motorway network including M1 (junction 32), M18 (junction 3/4), A1M (junction 36) and the M62. Car Parking is Free (outside of the Leger Festival) in Car Park C (enter opposite junction at Wickes on Leger Way).

Free Brides Tickets

Brides, get your free entry ticket emailed to you now.

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"Brilliant. Lots of inspiration and ideas. The catwalk show was fab - large array of dresses - the Tiffany selection were fab, as were the men in kilts"