Civil ceremonies with Tower Hamlets Register Office

On the Day


Arrival If you’re getting married or having your Civil

Witnesses/Guests On the day of your ceremony, the law requires that you bring two witnesses with you. They will witness the ceremony and sign the schedule with you. They may be friends or relatives; they must be able to speak and understand English and comprehend what is taking place and testify to what they have seen and heard. In addition to your witnesses, you may wish to invite family and friends to your celebration. Each ceremony room is licensed for a specified number of guests, please check with your venue for guest capacity. Please note you must adhere to these numbers, photographers and videographers won’t be included in these numbers. If you require a translator for your ceremony, they must also be a witness to your celebration.

Partnership at St Georges Town Hall, we ask that you and your guests arrive 15 minutes before the ceremony. Please note there is step free access at the rear entrance of the building. For ceremonies at outside approved premises, we ask that you to arrive 30 minutes before the ceremony. Please see our pages on ceremonies at venues in Tower Hamlets. Please allow plenty of time for your journey, as there will be other ceremonies on the same day. If you are late for your ceremony, we may not be able to proceed as planned, so to avoid any disappointment please ensure that you allow enough time to get ready and arrive at the venue calmly and promptly. (Please see our terms and conditions


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