Clandon Park House fire: Surrey registrars help ensure this weekend’s weddings can take place elsewhere

Surrey News

Surrey registrars have worked with two couples due to get married at Clandon Park this weekend to ensure their weddings can go ahead at other venues.

The two couples are among 27 who had booked ceremonies at the fire-ravaged mansion this year and will now need to make alternative arrangements.

The minimum notice period required for a wedding ceremony at any given venue is 28 days but an application can be made for the notice period to be reduced in exceptional circumstances.

Surrey County Council’s registration service, working with registration colleagues in Kingston and Wandsworth, helped couples due to be married at Clandon Park House on Friday and Saturday give fresh notices of marriage and apply for a waiver of the notice period, enabling them to get married at an alternative venue on the same date. The couples were contacted by 8am yesterday morning to discuss their options.

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