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Book your wedding or civil ceremony with us

Find out about the venues in the borough licensed for non-religious weddings and civil partnerships.

Visit our religious ceremony weddings webpage for more information on ceremonies in churches and other religious buildings.

Changes to ceremonies due to COVID-19   

Evelyn SuiteRoom with a desk, chair, three large windows and social distancing stickers on the floor. 

The Evelyn Suite has a maximum capacity of 24 people.

This includes the couple, witnesses, guests, photographer and children.

The photographer must remain static during the proceedings and will not be able to stand with the registrars.


Register Office (statutory room)

Social distancing stickers on the floor of the Register Office. 

Suitable for a simple wedding ceremony or signing a Civil Partnership schedule. A maximum of four people can attend. This is the couple and two witnesses.


Accessibility of the Evelyn Suite and Register Office room

Both rooms:

  • are on the ground floor
  • are fully accessible for wheelchair users
  • have a hearing loop installed.

There is an accessible patio garden outside where you can take photographs.

The garden at Lewisham Register Office

How to book the Evelyn Suite and Register Office room

You will need to pay the room fee in full at the time of booking.

Contact us to find out about booking one of our rooms.

Other venues licensed to hold civil ceremonies in the Lewisham borough

Once you have spoken to the venue, you will need to contact us to book registration officers to conduct the ceremony. Do not book the venue until you are sure that a registration officer is available.

Apply to hold ceremonies at your venue

If you run a venue and would like to license it for marriage and civil partnership ceremonies you will need to apply for a venue licence.


Register Office

368 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham, London, SE13 6LQ.

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