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Wedding venues in Lincolnshire

There are a number of venues to choose from and each ceremony type has different fees.

You can get married or form a civil partnership at an enhanced ceremony in more than 80 licensed venues in Lincolnshire which include stately homes, manor houses, medieval buildings, grand halls, golf centres, hotels and country houses.

There is a fee for registration officers to attend ceremonies at licensed venues. These are in addition to any fee charged by the premises. A list of licensed venues is available to download below.

There are 12 registration offices in Lincolnshire and each office has its own unique facilities and features.

For marriages only, you can also choose a religious building but restrictions apply.

Getting married abroad

If you are planning to hold your ceremony abroad, you may need to give notice of intent to marry.

If one or both of you is unable to speak and/or understand English, you will be required to provide an interpreter, who will be asked to sign a statement stating that he/she has translated the questions and answers accurately. You are not permitted to interpret for each other.

You can book an appointment by calling 01522 782244 between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am and 4pm on Saturdays.


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Last updated: 25 January 2018

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