The original chapel once harboured priests within secret tunnels and during the war, the tennis courts were cultivated by the land girls for food. Today, it plays host to elegant weddings such as this one.
So, after I captured photos of the bridesmaid and the flowers, I went down to the ceremony room and found some intriguing boxes on the chairs. Can you guess what it is? I'll tell you in a minute.
A little bit later, there was quite a nervous-looking groom.
After the ceremony I dash down a corridor in order to get to this room before the bride and groom. "Why?" you ask. Because the bride had always wanted a steel band to play at her wedding, and the groom had arranged one as a surprise. Aww.
Back indoors and it's fun, fun, fun. The bride getting loud applause with her rendition on the steel drum.
Action shot of cutting the cake...
Just time to take a few photos inside.
Then the music begins...
...and in a whirl, they do their first dance, have a kiss, and I whirl away.