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Where can you get married in Stoke-on-Trent?

In this section

  1. Where can you get married in Stoke-on-Trent?
  2. Ceremony Fees

Ceremony Fees

Register office ceremonies are available every Tuesday from 2pm to 4.30pm (except bank holidays) and cost £56. 

Cost of a standalone ceremony at Stoke Town Hall, Queen Elizabeth II room - holds up to 60 guests (balance payable 4 weeks in advance). 

 Friday  £252
 Saturday  £282
 Additional fee for ceremonies from 6pm onwards  £250

 

Cost of registrar to carry out marriage ceremonies at approved premises (balance payable four weeks in advance)
 Monday to Friday  £446
 Saturday  £481
 Sunday and bank holidays  £552
 Additional fee for ceremonies from 6pm onwards  £250

 

Marriage at a registered building.
 Attendance by registrar  £104

 

Housebound and detained marriage ceremonies
 Housebound notice (plus notice fee of £35 or £47)  £57 per person
 Detained notice (plus notice fee of £35 or £47)  £82 per person
 Attendance by a registrar at a housebound ceremony  £98
 Attendance by a superintendent registrar at a housebound ceremony  £101
 Attendance by a registrar at a detained ceremony  £106
 Attendance by superintendent registrar at a detained ceremony  £113


Booking fees

 Marriage at a registered building  £38
 Marriage at the register office  £38
 Marriage ceremony at Stoke Town Hall, Queen Elizabeth II room  £90
 Marriage at an approved premises  £90
 Amendment fee  £32