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Weddings at County Hall

Published: 15 January 2018

Film set backdrops, cobbled stones and stained glass windows

Did you get engaged over the festive season? Now you're planning your wedding day why not come and visit a venue steeped in Surrey history. Surrey County Hall in Kingston is a beautiful grade II listed venue with many unique ceremony rooms available to get married in.

Open Day 2 - 3 February

Come and take a look around on Friday 2 February from 6pm-9pm or Saturday 3 February from 10am-1pm. There will be tasty treats and also some fizz to enjoy during your visit. The venue team will be on hand to show you around and chat to you about your big day.

This venue has been the backdrop for many film sets, has cobbled stones, an iconic clock tower and stained glass windows. Among the rooms you will discover are the Court Room and Council Chamber, featured in many films and TV series, which can be warm intimate spaces for weddings. The courtyard is a lovely cobbled outside space steeped in history which is a great location to enjoy a glass of fizz and a canapé. It also provides a great setting for any wedding photos. The Grand Hall, with its stunning stained glass window, also provides a wonderful backdrop for your top table.

Whether you are looking for an exclusive full day wedding or a ceremony only with drinks and canapé reception, County Hall is a gorgeous space for any season. Available for between 20 – 160 guests.

Take a look at the County Hall Weddings website for more details.

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