A civil marriage is a non-religious ceremony performed by a Superintendent Registrar or Deputy Superintendent Registrar. You may have a civil marriage in any register office or at any approved venue of your choice in England or Wales.
We will guide you through some of the procedures you will need to follow including:
Join us for the last ever opening evening of 2013 at the Old Marylebone Town Hall, to be held on Monday 29th April at 5.15pm. There will be a tour of our historic building as well as a presentation at 6pm covering all aspects of having a civil ceremony, including the legal requirements and what happens on the day.
We look forward to meeting you.
A big thank you to all those that joined us for the last ever opening evening of 2013 at the Old Marylebone Town Hall held on Monday 29th April.
We are pleased to announce that the lucky winners of our prize draw are Ian Chapman and Carolynn Newman who have won £160 towards their wedding ceremony that will take place at The Old Marylebone Town Hall. Congratulations!
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You can view our brochure online or download a copy
Find out about the procedures you will need to follow before getting married
There are over 130 approved venues in Westminster
Find out how to give notice of intention and what documents you must bring with you to your appointment
Are you or your partner subject to immigration controls?
Find out how to obtain copies of certificates of marriages that took place in Westminster from 1837 to today
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