Information about The Mayor's Parlour which accommodates up to 70 people for ceremonies.
The Mayor’s Parlour at Kensington Town Hall
Whilst Chelsea Old Town Hall undergoes an essential refurbishment from 20 August 2018 until 31 March 2019, we’re delighted to offer the majestic Mayor’s Parlour at Kensington Town Hall to accommodate your ceremony during this period. The Mayor’s Parlour is a wonderfully decorated ceremony room offering a unique but classic setting for your special day. This spacious room is located on the first floor of the Civic Reception Area of Kensington Town Hall and is able to seat parties of up to 70 people (the couple and up to 68 guests). It is available only on Fridays and Saturdays, excluding public holidays.
One of the advantages of choosing The Mayor’s Parlour at Kensington Town Hall is that you can personalise your ceremony with readings and music.
A ceremony in The Mayor’s Parlour enables you and your partner to be interviewed separately by the Registrar (a legal requirement) prior to the ceremony. This means that the first time you see each other will be when you stand side by side to take your vows thus maintaining an important tradition.
The costs of a ceremony in The Mayor’s Parlour (this includes the ceremony and registrars) are as follows:
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The non-refundable booking fee is payable when you book the date of your ceremony. The fee for the attendance of the Registrars at your ceremony must be paid no later than four weeks before the ceremony. The attendance fee is the fee for your ceremony in that room or venue, so includes the service itself, and the two registrars required by law to be in attendance to conduct and register your ceremony. It does not include marriage certificates which are £4 each (prior to your ceremony) or £10 each (after your ceremony). Certificates can be paid for at £4 when you pay your ceremony attendance fee.
Find out how to book a ceremony.
For this room, please state Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London as your venue when you attend to give notice.
If you wish to view the ceremony rooms at Kensington Town Hall please contact us at email@example.com with your preferred date and we will write back to let you know when the rooms may be viewed. Members of staff can be available for informal discussion during our weekday opening hours either over the telephone or in person.
Telephone on 020 7361 4100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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