Tewin Bury Farm Hotel in Hertfordshire, UK, is a popular venue for wedding parties and many other types of gatherings. As an ancient settlement, Tewin has seen many celebrations over thousands of years.
A few minutes walk away from Tewin Bury Farm Hotel is The Church of St. Peter, a Grade One Listed building. The church was once an Anglo-Saxon pagan shrine, and points to Tewin’s long history. It has recognised many births, marriages and deaths over the years.
The Saxon shrine was a place to worship Tew. Tews day, or Tuesday, once marked the day of Tiw or Týr, the god of single combat, victory and heroic glory in Norse mythology.