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Royal Military Academy Weddings at Sandhurst with Linara Classic Wedding Cars
As the closest Wedding Car Company to the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (just a mile away) we always feel very proud to be involved at weddings held in the Royal Memorial Chapel and receptions at Robertson house and other lovely venues on the Royal Military Academy site. We often collect wedding parties from the beautiful Victorian Frimley Hall Hotel situated in our home town of Camberley. Set in its own grounds and within a short drive of the Royal Military Academy it provides the ideal place to stay before the great day..
From the moment you pass through the security gates you get a sense of driving to somewhere special. Driving past the lake you suddenly see the magnificent Old College. Most people will recognise this as where the Adjutant rides his horse up the steps as he follows graduating Officer Cadets through the Grand Entrance following their passing out parade.
The Memorial Chapel is stunning and the sense of history as the car arrives at the entrance is wonderful.
Having been lucky enough to have been involved with many military weddings there are a couple of tips we would suggest to couples getting married at Sandhurst.
Firstly, advise guests to arrive early as they need plenty of time to pass through security (which can be busy with guests arriving at the same time) and also time to walk from the car park to the Chapel.
Secondly, photographs by the lake or outside the Old College can be awesome so make sure your photographer knows of these locations.
Finally, there can be more than one wedding taking place on the day so be aware that arriving late or spending a long time outside the Chapel after the ceremony can impinge on the next wedding.
As you can probably tell, we love being involved with weddings at the Royal Military Academy and look forward to many more visits.
For further information about wedding cars at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst please contact Linara Classic Wedding Cars.