- To provisionally book a ceremony please phone 01253 477177
- Find information on The Wedding Chapel
Customer information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) updated 24 March 2020
Please read the following information if you have booked a ceremony or appointment at The Wedding Chapel or an approved venue.
Coming to The Wedding Chapel (Festival House)
The Wedding Chapel is closed to the public from Tuesday 24 March until further notice. Contact can still be made via email email@example.com and phone 01253 477 177
Unfortunately, all forthcoming ceremonies will now have to be postponed, as will pre-booked notice appointments. If you have a ceremony booked, our team will be making contact with you shortly.
You will not lose your ceremony fee if you have to postpone due to the advice of the Government. If you have a ceremony booked with us in the next few weeks, our staff will be getting in touch with you. If you are trying to contact us, please be patient as we are experiencing an increased number of enquiries. If you can’t get through email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your phone number and someone will call you back.
Notice appointments and future ceremony bookings
We are taking no bookings for future notice appointments or ceremonies until further notice. Contact us if you need urgent advice.
" Please be aware that the situation is ever evolving and this guidance may need to be updated in line with government guidance as and when it is issued "
You will need to book the Registrars from Blackpool Registration Service to officiate at your wedding, civil partnership, naming or renewal of vows ceremony if you are holding your ceremony at any of the following venues:
- The Wedding Chapel (formerly Festival House)
- Blackpool Town Hall
- An approved venue in Blackpool
- A non-conformist religious building such as Roman Catholic, Methodist, United Reformed but not Church of England, where the church does not have an approved person
When to make the booking
From the 2 January 2019, you can make a booking up to two years before the date of your ceremony, for example, if you wish to marry on 22 May 2021, you can provisionally book your ceremony with us on 22 May 2019.
You may also be able to book your chosen approved venue or religious building more than a year in advance of your ceremony date.
You now need to make arrangements to give notice.