Leatherhead Register Office as a ceremony venue

Coronavirus: Important information

Notice of marriage and civil partnership will continue to be carried out by face-to-face appointments at Guildford, Leatherhead and Weybridge Register Offices for couples that have a ceremony booked before 30 June 2021.

Further to the Prime Minister's announcement of 22 February 2021, marriage and civil partnership ceremonies cannot take place before 29 March 2021, except in exceptional circumstances. Restrictions on marriages and civil partnerships will start to be eased from 29 March 2021.

For more detailed information please visit marriage and civil partnership ceremonies during the coronavirus outbreak.

Rear garden of The Mansion, in Leatherhead

Our ceremonies

Leatherhead Register Office, also known as The Mansion, offers the following ceremonies:


Our interior and grounds

  • Number of rooms: 1
  • Capacity: Couple and 6 guests.
  • The State Room: The state room is furnished in blue, cream and gold, with mahogany woodwork.
  • Conservatory: The conservatory adjoins the State Room. It has a wrought iron 'kissing seat', and provides an opportunity for wet weather photographs.
  • Grounds: The large grounds has a terrace and steps leading down to lawns and walkways, providing a stunning backdrop for photographs.

Location


History of The Mansion

The first house was built during the reign of Henry VIII and thought to have been rebuilt in 1710 by Alexander Akehurst. Some of its many occupants have been, a Royal Falconer, a Lord Lieutenant of Surrey and, during a period of notoriety, Lord Jeffreys who became known as the 'Hanging Judge' after the Monmouth Rebellion.

As well as being a private home, it has also been used as a school, a billet for Canadian troops during World War II and latterly by Surrey County Council to house the library and other council services.

In May 2000 the ground floor rooms were restored to their former glory to become the Register Office.