St Clere is rich in history. The house that stood on St Clere site was owned for a time by the father of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII’s ill fated second wife at the time of their prolonged courtship. Not one but two former owners of St Clere were governors of the Bank of England. Sir Mark Wilks Collet and Montagu Collet Norman both did their bit to keep St Clere’s books balanced, and England’s. Jane Austen was friends with William Evelyn, a single man in possession of a good fortune, who lived here. She regularly visited family locally and must have called on her friend to share truths, universally acknowledged. I love being a St Clere Wedding Photographer!
St Clere Weddings are my some of my favourites. It really is a place that I love to shoot. I adore the frontage and the exquisite decor, it is second to none. The simple, plain but incredibly elegant interior is beautiful and a stunning area for your wedding photographs. I’m fortunate to have shot at St Clere’s several times and have included a recent wedding blog post below:
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