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Since 1995, civil weddings in England can now officially take place in approved venues. Whether you yearn to tie the knot in a hotel, stately home, a museum or even an old school, if it's a permanent structure, not in the open air and holds a civil marriage license, you can legally become Mr and Mrs there.

 

You'll need to carry out all the required formalities (giving notice with the Registrar etc) but the venue should be able to advise you on this.  Also, look at https://www.gov.uk/marriages-civil-partnerships/overview for some clearly written guidance.

 

If you can, request at least one additional certified marriage certificate as it's helpful to have an extra one should you change your name upon marriage.

Where you get married will mark a significant start to your married life, so take the time to get it right. The choice of wedding venues in and around Wiltshire and Gloucestershire is substantial, so we'd advise you to start researching a suitable place to get married as soon as you can.

 

Do ask the Events Manager at the venue about all the likely costs involved, too, in order to avoid any last-minute surprises.

 

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07-May-2017


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