James is the owner of Godwick Hall and Great Barn and has built the business up over the last ten years. He has lovingly refurbished Godwick Hall, where he was born, into the luxurious property it is today, combining a stunning mix of contemporary and classic design. In a previous life he was a journalist and editor in London, before he decided to flee the big city and head home to Norfolk.
With a background in hospitality Jenni brings vast experience to managing the day to day on site operations at Godwick. Jenni spends her time looking after the event and housekeeping teams, ensuring the venue acheieves high operational standards as well as finding time for some event planning too!
Wedding Planner & Event Manager
Debbie-Lee is a trained stage manager and spent many years working in theatre. More recently Debbie-Lee joined the Godwick team, with particular responsibility for elopement and smaller weddings at Godwick Hall. Debbie-Lee loves helping deliver a perfect day for you, your family and friends to remember forever.
Chief Number Cruncher
Sue is a master number cruncher and a whizz on everything excel and looks after the Godwick finances and admin, having worked for the business since its very early days. Previously Sue worked at Norwich Cathedral as Commercial Manager where she gained great experience of running an events and hospitality business.
Lead Wedding Planner
Megan is our go-to for all things wedding! With a background in event management and an aim of achieving optimal client satisfaction and turning dreams and visions into reality, there is nothing Megan enjoys more than helping each Godwick couple create their perfect day.
Freelance Creative Director
Penny is our creative guru and style manager. As well as running her own wedding business The Little Lending Company, Penny helps out at Godwick offering styling and design consultations to our wedding couples. As well as freelance wedding planning and event management, she also helps run Godwick’s annual wedding fair The Most Unusual Wedding Fair in the autumn of every year.
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