Approved premises for marriages and civil partnerships have to be officially approved by registrars.
- the premises must be a permanent and immovable structure
- the premises must be regularly available to the public
- the premises cannot be religious in nature
|Floral Hall||Queen's Avenue, Tunstall, ST6 6EE||01782 237815|
|Ford Green Hall||Ford Green Road, Smallthorne, ST6 1NG||01782 537696|
|Double Tree by Hilton Stoke-on-Trent||Festival Way, Festival Park, ST1 5BQ||01782 609988|
|Middleport Pottery||Port Street, Middleport, ST6 3PE||01782 499766|
|Port Vale Football Club||Vale Park, Burslem, ST6 1AW||01782 866719|
|Potbank||Elenora Street, Stoke ST4 1QQ||01782 412263|
|The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery||Bethesda Street, Hanley, ST1 3DW||01782 232323|
|The Potters' Club||Federation House, Station Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2SA||01782 848869|
|Stoke Town Hall||Glebe Street, Stoke, ST4 1RG||01782 234234|
The term 'approved premises' refers to the venue's legal status and should not be taken as an endorsement of any venue.