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Weybridge Register Office as a ceremony venue

Coronavirus: Important information

Please read the following information before progressing:

Death registrations: All death registrations are now carried out by a telephone appointment. You do not need to attend the register office in person. For more information see our death registration guidance.

Marriage and Civil Partnerships: Marriages and civil partnerships can take place in Surrey from 6 July 2020. We currently have a high volume of ceremony booking changes to deal with. New ceremony enquiries can be submitted from Monday 13 July 2020. Please see our marriage and civil partnerships guidance for further details.

Notice of Marriage or Civil Partnership: If you have a marriage or civil partnership booked to take place in the next 3 months and you are a Surrey resident, you can book your notice appointment at Guildford, Leatherhead or Weybridge Register Offices from Monday 6 July 2020.

Birth registrations: Appointments are now available to book at Guildford, Leatherhead and Weybridge Register Offices. We are looking forward to seeing you but we have a large backlog of births to register, so please bear with us as we try to offer as many appointments as is safely possible.

New parents can register their baby with a GP practice without a birth certificate.

Claims for Child Benefit and Universal Credit can be made before you register the birth. Visit the Child Benefit and Universal Credit pages for details on how to make a claim.

Certificates: We are currently running a limited service and are only able to process copy certificate applications that are essential, such as for legal proceedings, job recruitment etc. We can issue a maximum of five certificates per person. Please do not apply for certificates for the purposes of family history research at this time. If you require certificates for other purposes, please contact the General Register Office who should be able to supply certificates for you.

Citizenship ceremonies: We will be contacting those citizens that have been affected by the lockdown from the 6 July 2020 to discuss your citizenship arrangements.

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

  • Front of Rylston, Weybridge Register Office.
  • Rear and gardens of Rylston, Weybridge Register Office.
  • Rylston Suite, ceremony room showing the front and window
  • Rear and seating of Rylston Suite, ceremony room at Weybridge Register Office
  • Rear exterior of Rylston House, Weybridge Register Office
  • Garden at Rylston House, Weybridge Register Office

Our ceremonies

Weybridge Register Office, also known as Rylston House, offers the following ceremonies:

Our interior and grounds

The Rylston suite at Weybridge Register Office is decorated in burgundy, gold and ivory, with mahogany furniture, chandelier lighting and a large bay window.

  • Number of rooms: 2
  • Capacity: Couple and 4 guests (large room). Couple and 2 guests (small statutory room).
  • Large room: The large ceremony room is decorated in burgundy, gold and ivory, with mahogany furniture, chandelier lighting and a large bay window.
  • Small room: Rylston also has the statutory ceremony room for Surrey, which can accommodate the couple and 2 witnesses only with no access to the rear garden.
  • Garden: There is a large landscaped garden to the rear of the building for photographs.
  • Parking: There is a free car park on site.


History of Rylston House

The land in which Rylston is situated on was originally royal hunting grounds at the time of Henry VIII. The house itself was built in 1911. It was purchased by Surrey County Council in 1963 and in 1993 became a Register Office.

It has undergone some structural changes over the years, but the overall exterior of the house has hardly changed. It is a beautiful detached manor house with a large porch at the entrance. The building retains most of its unique features including leaded light windows with original glass and unusual wrought iron fittings. The ground floor retains original oak panelling and fireplaces. The magnificent oak staircase with stained glass windows sweeps down to French windows leading onto the gardens.