The Government has announced that weddings and civil partnerships can take place from 4th July 2020. There are very tight restrictions on these and we are only allowed to conduct a very basic ceremony including just the legal words, plus exchange of rings (optional) and signing of the register. There cannot be any entrance/exit processions, readings, personal vows or other enhancements. There is a maximum of 30 people allowed if social distancing can be fully applied. In our rooms we have the following capacities to allow for social distancing:
- Midsomer Court, Beaconsfield and John Hampden Room, Aylesbury 10 people plus 2 registrars
- Disraeli Room, Beaconsfield (now weekends only) 4 people plus 2 registrars.
This figure includes couple, children/babies, photographers etc.
We are also now taking new bookings from 1st November 2020 onwards and will be reviewing this as and when we are able to do so.
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The Government launched a Law Commission review into marriage ceremonies in England and Wales on 29 June 2019. This is a two year programme so there is no change to the current laws for marriages.
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