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  • Approved Venues

    If you intend to have your ceremony in an Approved Venue you must have discussed dates and times with them before booking our services. ​ If you are a venue owner and would like information on how to apply to be an Approved Venue please click here . ​ Filters ​ Anchor 1 Category Area Reset Venues: Barrington Hall Bell Inn Bourn Hall Brampton Park Golf Club Burgess Hall Cambridge Bar Hill Hotel Cambridge Belfry Hotel and Spa Cambridge Country Club Cambridge Union Society Childerley Hall Chippenham Park Estate Christ's College Clare College Corpus Christi College Delta Hotels by Marriott Huntingdon Downing College Elton Hall Girton College Graduate Cambridge Harvey Court - Gonville and Caius College Haycock Manor Hotel Hilton Cambridge City Centre Holiday Inn Cambridge Holmewood Hall Homerton College Houghton Mill Huntingdon Town Hall Island Hall Jesus College Kimbolton Castle Lakeside Lodge Golf and Country Club Longstowe Hall Madingley Hall Magdalene College Mill Farm Minstrel Court Newnham College Old Bridge Hotel Old Courts - Gonville and Caius College Oliver Cromwell Hotel Pembroke College Pike and Eel Poets House Hotel Queens College Quy Mill Hotel and Spa Rectory Farm Red Lion Whittlesford Bridge Rose and Crown Hotel Rosewood Pavilion Royal Cambridge Hotel Selwyn College Sheene Mill Hotel Sibson Inn Slepe Hall Hotel South Farm St Ives (Hunts) Golf Club Storeys Field Centre Swavesey Windmill Swynford Manor The Coach House Hotel The Eltisley The Farmers The Fellows House The George Hotel Huntingdon The Granary Estates The Guildhall The Hop Rooms The Lodge Duxford The Maltings The Manor Barn The Missing Sock The Old Hall The Old Nene Golf and Country Club The Priory Centre Trinity Hall University Arms Hotel Waresley Park Willow Grange Farm Wisbech Castle Wisbech St Mary Sports and Community Centre Wistow House $TotalCount

  • Approved Venues - The Coach House Hotel

    Anchor 1 Website Map Newmarket Road, Heydon, Royston, SG8 7PN Tel: 01763 208272 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 60 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Hotels and Restaurants 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Brampton Park Golf Club

    Anchor 1 Website Map Buckden Road, Brampton, Huntingdon. PE28 4NF Tel: 01480 434700 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 85 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Small ceremony room, Country Club 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Ceremony Rooms - The Wordsworth Room

    Map March Registration Office March Library and Learning Centre, City Road, March PE15 9LT This office has disabled access. Back to Rooms Previous Next The Wordsworth Room is in March’s library, with a designated area where guests can gather before the ceremony. It is adjacent to the River Nene and green open spaces. Disabled access and parking Free car park, and close to bus routes including to March railway station The maximum number of people who can currently attend a ceremony or formation is 58. This number includes the couple and two witnesses. Babies, children and photographers are included in this number. How is this number calculated? The County Council monitors capacity in our rooms by measuring Co2 in the air because it gives us a good indication of air quality. If the Co2 level approaches an unacceptably high reading then we are required to take evasive measures to reduce it. This may be as simple as opening a window but equally it may be necessary to evacuate the room until the level has dropped sufficiently. If a meeting were being held in a room then a recess to enable the reading to drop would not be a serious concern but it would be extremely disruptive for all participants in a ceremony. For this reason we are required to exercise more caution when considering the number of guests in a ceremony than might be permitted for a meeting. Availability Anchor 1

  • Approved Venues - Madingley Hall

    Anchor 1 Website Map Madingley, CB23 8AQ Tel: 01223 749222 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 145 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Halls and Stately Homes, Small Ceremony Room, Outdoor Ceremony 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Swynford Manor

    Anchor 1 Website Map London Road, Six Mile Bottom, Newmarket, CB8 7RQ Tel: 01638 592609 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 145 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Country House, Outdoor Ceremony Urban-luxe meets rural beauty at Swynford Manor, a surprising and delightfully different wedding venue near Cambridge. From the Bridal Preparation Room to the Garden Room and terrace, couples have exclusive use of this refined venue. The Study is perfect for ceremonies for up to 100 guests, or couples can marry beneath the pagoda in the immaculate grounds. The prime reception space, for 50-150 guests, is the Garden Room. Features include huge windows, velvet wingback chairs and a sparkling checkerboard dancefloor. There’s plenty of space to stay, with 13 rooms including the Bridal Suite at the top of its own staircase. Suites have copper baths, beautiful black carved fireplaces and huge beds. This is a wedding destination everyone will enjoy. 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - The Guildhall

    Anchor 1 Website Map 3 Parsons Court, Wheeler Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QB Tel: 01223 791791 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 395 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Public Building, Small Ceremony Room 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Trinity Hall

    Anchor 1 Website Map Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ Tel: 01223 764444 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 115 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: College, Small Ceremony Room 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Waresley Park

    Anchor 1 Website Map Gamlingay Rd, Waresley, Sandy Tel: 01223 491396 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 1389 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Small ceremony room, Accommodation, Something different 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Wisbech Castle

    Anchor 1 Website Map Museum Square, 1-2 The Crescent, Wisbech, PE13 1ES Tel: 01945 461333 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 29 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Public Building, Small Ceremony Room 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Marriage and Civil Partnership - Next Steps

    Now that you've decided what type of ceremony you want, answer the questions below to find out more. You can change your answers at the bottom of the page. ​ Anchor 1 Things to do now Book a registrar to conduct your marriage or civil partnership. You can make your booking here . This booking is for the registrars to attend your ceremony. You will need to book your ceremony with the venue separately. Please discuss dates and times with the venue before booking our services. ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration Office. Further information and how to book can be found here . ​ 8 weeks before the ceremony Go to the Plan your Day section of the website here where you will find out how to personalise your ceremony . ​ On the day We know you have lots of questions about the finer details of your ceremony day. Information about your day can be found here . ​ Things to do now Book your marriage or civil partnership. You can make your booking here . ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration office. Further information and how to book can be found here . ​ 8 weeks before the ceremony Go to the Plan your Day section of the website here where you will find out how to personalise your ceremony . ​ On the day We know you have lots of questions about the finer details of your ceremony day. Information about your day can be found here . Things to do now For all Anglican buildings you need to talk to the church team to arrange your ceremony. They will be able to advise you about the legal requirements for your marriage. Things to do now Please contact a representative from your Place of Worship to arrange your ceremony. They will advise whether you need to book a registrar to attend on the day. If you are advised that a Registrar needs to attend your ceremony please contact us here . ​ There are strict restrictions on forming a marriage/ civil partnership outside the registration district where either or both of you live. ​ If both you and your partner live outside Cambridgeshire, you can only marry in a Place of Worship in Cambridgeshire if: there is no Place of Worship of that denomination in either of your Registration Districts, AND the Place of Worship you have chosen is the closest geographically to where one of you lives. OR one or both of you has a current and on-going connection through regular attendance at the Place of Worship. ​ Where neither situation applies you could consider creating a residency instead. Click here for details . ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration office. Further information and how to book can be found here . Things to do now Contact the Registration District where your venue is located to make your booking. A list of Registration Offices can be found here . ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration office. Further information and how to book can be found here . ​ We know you have lots of questions about the finer details of your ceremony day. Contact the Registration District where your venue is located for further information. A list of Registration Offices can be found here. ​ Things to do now Contact the Registration District where you are having your ceremony to make your booking. A list of Registration Offices can be found here . ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration office. Further information and how to book can be found here . ​ We know you have lots of questions about the finer details of your ceremony day. Contact the Registration District where your venue is located for further information. A list of Registration Offices can be found here . ​ Things to do now For all Anglican buildings you need to talk to the church team to arrange your ceremony. They will be able to advise you about the legal requirements for your marriage. Things to do now Please contact a representative from your Place of Worship to arrange your ceremony. They will advise whether you need to book a registrar to attend on the day. If you are advised that a Registrar needs to attend your ceremony please contact the Registration District where your venue is located. A list of Registration Offices can be found here . ​ There are strict restrictions on forming a marriage/ civil partnership outside the registration district where either or both of you live. ​ You can only have a ceremony outside the district where you or your partner live if: there is no Place of Worship of that denomination in either of your Registration Districts AND the Place of Worship you have chosen is the closest geographically to where one of you lives. OR one or both of you has a current and on-going connection through regular attendance at the Place of Worship. ​ Where neither situation applies you could consider creating a residency instead. Click here for details . ​ 4-6 months before your ceremony Complete the legal requirements for your ceremony to proceed. This is called giving notice of marriage or civil partnership. The appointment will take place at a Registration office. Further information and how to book can be found here . Things to do now If you are having your ceremony in Scotland go to: https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/registration/i-want-to-get-married-in-scotland-how-do-i-go-about-it ​ If you are having your ceremony in Ireland go to: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/visiting-northern-ireland-marry-or-form-civil-partnership ​ If you are marrying abroad you might need certain documents from the UK government. To find out how to get the documents you’ll need go to: https://www.gov.uk/marriage-abroad ​ If you are advised that you do need to give notice, details of how to book an appointment in Cambridgeshire can be found here . These government documents often have a short expiry date. Do not give notice too early, to ensure that they are still valid at the time of your ceremony. ​ Please also bear in mind that, from the date of your appointment, it will take at least 29 days to produce the documentation you require. You will also need to consider postal delivery and in some cases, you may need to allow additional time to validate your documents before travelling. ​ Where are you having your ceremony or formation? In Cambridgeshire Outside Cambridgeshire but within England or Wales Outside England or Wales What building are you having your ceremony or formation in? an Approved Venue a Register Office a Religious Place of Worship To which faith does your Place of Worship belong? Church of England or Wales Other denominations or faiths Answers Where are you having your ceremony or formation? Change What building are you having your ceremony or formation in? Change To which faith does your place of worship belong? Change

  • Approved Venues - The George Hotel Huntingdon

    Anchor 1 Website Map George Street, Huntindgon, PE29 3AB Tel: 01480 432444 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 115 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Hotels and Restaurants 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - The Farmers

    Anchor 1 Website Map 200 Broadway, Yaxley, PE7 3NT Tel: 01733 244885 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 120 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Hotels and Restaurants 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Log In

    Before booking your ceremony, please take a look at the 'Marriages and Civil Partnerships' section of this website by clicking here . You will need to register on our site to book the registrar for your ceremony in Cambridgeshire . ​ When you have booked registrars for your ceremony you will be able to book your notice appointment(s) by signing into your account. ​ Click here to register on our website . Click here to log into your account . If your ceremony is taking place outside Cambridgeshire then you do not need to register on our site to book your notice appointment(s). ​ Click here to check documents required and to book your notice appointment .​

  • On the day

    Please find below some of the questions that you may have about the day but please contact us if you would like any further information. Frequently Asked Questions Do I have to provide witnesses? It is your responsibility to provide two witnesses. There is no lower age limit for witnesses, but they must be old enough to understand what is taking place and to be able to testify to what has taken place should this be necessary. They must be able to speak and understand English. They must be present throughout the ceremony. The Registration Service are unable to provide, or act, as witnesses. Do I need to bring ID on the day of my ceremony? Generally, no. If you change your name by Deed Poll between giving notice and the ceremony, you will need to bring an original copy of that Deed Poll. Witnesses do not need ID. What time should I arrive for my ceremony? If your ceremony is in a council ceremony room, please arrive no less than fifteen minutes before the ceremony start time. If your ceremony is at one of our approved venues, please arrive at least 30 minutes before your ceremony is due to begin. You will both need to meet with the registrars separately prior to your ceremony. How do I sign the marriage schedule or civil partnership schedule? You will need to sign with your usual signature using the name you have before the ceremony/ formation takes place or ‘the name you entered the ceremony room with'. How do I provide music for my ceremony? If your ceremony is in a council ceremony room you can either choose for us to play a selection of music or ask a guest to use a digital device to play the music via Bluetooth on our sound bar. Approved venues will make their own arrangements with you directly. Can I bring fresh flowers for my ceremony at a council ceremony room? If you wish to bring small flower decorations, you can place them in the room at the start of the ceremony. The arrangements will need to be removed at the end of your ceremony. We cannot arrange access to the room in advance. Please remember that there is limited space in the room. Can our dog attend our ceremony? Animals (with the exception of assistance dogs) are not permitted at our own ceremony rooms but this is discretionary for Approved Venues and MUST be discussed at the time of booking and after prior agreement with your venue. An additional charge of £40.00 will be applied to your booking and is a non-refundable payment. A member of the Ceremonies Team will contact you to complete a checklist before the ceremony date, animals will not be permitted to attend a ceremony without this. Can you ask our guests not to post anything on social media until we have posted first? If you have any specific requests about photography or social media during the ceremony, you can ask the registrar on the day to announce them just before it starts. We would also suggest that you make your guests aware of this request in advance by including it on the invitation or order of service. Please note we accept no resonsiblity or liability if anyone fails to comply. Can our guests throw confetti? You can throw confetti outside of the ceremony room. We would ask that you use bio degradable confetti. Filter by Category

  • Approved Venues - Rose and Crown Hotel

    Anchor 1 Website Map 23-24 Market Place, Wisbech, PE13 1DG Tel: 01954 589800 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 135 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Accommodation, Hotels and Restaurants, Small Ceremony Room The Rose and Crown is a 16th century hotel with an abundance of history. Their wedding and events team are fully qualified to deal with your bespoke requirements. With a selection of rooms for your ceremony and reception including the Stunning Trumpet Hall Ballroom, you also have use of the courtyard for photos and their beautiful wedding suite. At the Rose and Crown they can even provide chair covers and wedding venue dressing saving you from having to organise it yourself. They like to customise all their weddings but do have some food and drink packages available. You will have exclusive use of the venue as only one wedding is held in a day. 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Kimbolton Castle

    Anchor 1 Website Map Kimbolton, PE28 0EA Tel: 01480 862227 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 195 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Halls and Stately Homes, Outdoor Ceremony One of the most beautiful and exclusive countryside venues in a stunning location. All functions are held in the Four State Apartments, which vary in size and character and sit alongside a staircase lined with a fine collection of Pellegrini murals. You are certain to enjoy the spectacular and tranquil environment of the castle which dates back to the late Stuart period. Exclusive use of the Castle State Rooms is guaranteed, combined with their dedicated Events Team who provide a professional service in supporting your memorable day. Licenced for ceremonies for up to 120 guests for the ceremony and wedding breakfast, you can celebrate your whole day there. Enjoy the evening celebrations in their impressive state rooms for up to 250 guests. Extensive menus and wine lists are available for all occasions and budgets as well as personalised menus. 1/5 Anchor 2

  • Approved Venues - Holmewood Hall

    Anchor 1 Website Map Church Street, Holme, PE7 3BZ Tel: 01487 829555 Back to Venues Previous Next Max guests: 75 Note: The number above cannot be exceeded for safety reasons. It does not include the couple, 2 registration staff and 1 photographer. It does include everyone else in the room of any age - babies, children and all adults. Categories: Accommodation, Halls and Stately Homes, Outdoor Ceremony Holmewood Hall is a Tudor style manor house set in picturesque parkland in the village of Holme and offered exclusively to you for your very special day. The grounds include mature woodland, manicured lawns and lake complete with fountain. The striking Bandstand is soon to be licensed for outdoor weddings on sunnier days and overlooks the main house itself. Within the Hall the stunning Gold Room is a breathtaking space for indoor weddings. With one wall completely glazed it is flooded with natural light, offers a 50-foot-long aisle and a feature fireplace. The Dining Room overlooks the croquet lawn and the lake and with their team of in-house chefs on hand to create your bespoke menu, is a lovely setting for fine dining. Luxurious bedroom suites offer a relaxing stay after a wonderful day. For details of their all-inclusive wedding package please call 01487 829555 or email info@holmewood-hall.co.uk . 1/5 Anchor 2

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    Map Cambridge Register Office Ascham Road, Cambridge CB4 2BD Anchor 1

  • Ceremony Rooms - The Keats Room

    Map Huntingdon Registration Office Lawrence Court, Princes Street, Huntingdon PE29 3PA This office has disabled access. Back to Rooms Previous Next The Keats Room is in Lawrence Court, an 18th century building opening directly into a small garden area. disabled access and parking close to pay & display car parks and bus routes, including guided busway to Cambridge and routes to Huntingdon railway station The maximum number of people who can currently attend a ceremony or formation is 50. This number includes the couple and two witnesses. Babies, children and photographers are included in this number. How is this number calculated? The County Council monitors capacity in our rooms by measuring Co2 in the air because it gives us a good indication of air quality. If the Co2 level approaches an unacceptably high reading then we are required to take evasive measures to reduce it. This may be as simple as opening a window but equally it may be necessary to evacuate the room until the level has dropped sufficiently. If a meeting were being held in a room then a recess to enable the reading to drop would not be a serious concern but it would be extremely disruptive for all participants in a ceremony. For this reason we are required to exercise more caution when considering the number of guests in a ceremony than might be permitted for a meeting. Availability Anchor 1

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