A WEDDING venue will "operate as normal following the announcement that it has gone bust.

Skylark Golf and Country Club announced on Juy 12 that it has gone into administration.

Administrators from Kroll Advisory were brought in on July 11 to manage the complex, which features an 18-hole golf course and an 18th-century barn.

Geoff Bouchier and Benjamin Wiles were appointed as Joint Administrators of Skylark Golf and Country Club Limited this week.

Skylark is an award-winning golf and country club.  Comprising of an 18 hole golf course, bar and restaurant, leading wedding and event facilities, spa and gym facilities. 

Kroll has said that the complex will "operate on a business-as-usual basis" and all future wedding and event bookings will be delivered as arranged. 

Geoff Bouchier, Joint Administrator from Kroll: “Skylark’s business continues to operate as normal. 

"With the support of the Skylark team, all of the club’s facilities and services will continue to be provided to the members, guests and visitors. 

"With the support of Skylark’s lender, we will work to secure further investment and the long-term future of the club for the benefit of all stakeholders.

“The club looks forward to hosting guests and wedding parties over the summer and into the future.”

In a statement on Facebook, a spokesperson from the club said: "I write to inform you that Skylark Golf and Country Club entered administration on 11 July 2023.

"The administrators are Kroll Advisory.

"The joint administrators intend to continue to trade the business as normal while a purchaser is sought.

"As such, members and guests will continue to enjoy the use of the clubhouse, golf course and facilities as usual.

"Members and guests should continue to direct any enquiries to the club in the usual manner.

"Tailored communication will be sent to all customers today.

"Further updates will be shared by the joint administrators as the administration process progresses."