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Accessibility Options

If you have non-religious venues that you would like to use as an approved venue you can apply online to become an approved venue. Religious premises who wish to apply to register for marriage or civil partnership can find information on the GOV.UK website.

Apply to become an approved venue

The fee is £1700 for all applications. You can apply using the online form below.

Apply to become an approved ceremony venue

Before completing the online form, please read the following documents.

How to apply for a certificate of approval

Size: 36.46 KB File format: pdf

Guidance notes for applicants

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Conditions attached to the grant of this approval

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Pending applications for approved venues

In accordance with the Marriages and Civil Partnership (Approved Premises) regulations 2005 and amendment regulations 2011, Cambridgeshire County Council on behalf of the Registrar General's Office is required to publicise in the public domain all pending applications for Approved Venue Status.

The public notice consultation runs for 21 days from the date of the notice. Applications and plans under consultation can be viewed at the address below subject to making an appointment.

To make an appointment, please email us at [email protected]

Raising an objection

Members of the public wishing to object to an application should submit the reasons for their objection in writing, within 21 days from the date of the notice.

Please write to:

Business Support Manager
Cambridgeshire County Council
Lawrence Court
Princes Street
Huntingdon
PE29 3PA

At the end of the 21 days the notice will be removed and no longer subject to public objection for the purposes of an application.

Current applications for approved venues

VenueDate of Notice

The Guildhall
Cambridge
CB2 3QE

27/06/2018

Red Lion at Whittlesford Bridge
Station Road East
Whittlesford Bridge
Cambridge
CB22 4NL

12/07/2018

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