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Marlborough Town Hall is a municipal space and wedding venue in Wiltshire, England. The Edwardian property was built in a Dutch style, offering a dignified and elegant setting for an urban wedding celebration. The building is located on Marlborough's pretty main street.

Facilities and Capacity

Marlborough Town Hall was opened in 1902 and was renovated in 2004. The accessible property has a ramp at the front entrance and an interior lift, ensuring comfort for every guest. Couples can hold a civil ceremony with 100 guests in the Court Room, an airy, light-filled space with high ceilings. Its doors open onto a striking staircase, providing nearlyweds with the perfect wedding photo opportunity. The Council Chamber features an impressive stained glass window and is the ideal space for intimate ceremonies of up to 30 people. The Assembly Room offers a grand setting for wedding receptions with chandeliers, a balcony, a vaulted ceiling, and space for 200 seated guests. With its adjoining kitchen and bar, the room can easily accommodate private caterers. The Assembly Room can also host standing celebrations for up to 290 loved ones. With a cinema-sized screen, sound equipment, and a curtained stage, the venue has everything you might need to create an unforgettable celebration.

Services Offered

The personable and professional team at Marlborough Town Hall works with each couple to help them achieve their vision for their special day. The venue hosts wedding breakfasts, seated dinners, evening parties, and formal drinks receptions in elegant, versatile surroundings. Nearlyweds can work with external vendors to craft an occasion that's utterly their own. The stage is the perfect location for a wedding band or DJ, allowing you and your loved ones to dance the evening away.

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Mrs Sent on 29/07/2009
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Outstanding venue for a wedding on a budjet

We married at Marlborough''s Town Hall in 2004. We were new to the area and wanted to marry locally so when we saw the interior we had knew it was the right place. We were stunned that it cost so little and thrilled when they offered us an alternative room to usual to accomodate our 100 guests. We married on a Friday which gave us flexibility to hire the whole venue all day for about £300 and we brought in our own entertainment, food and decoration to make it extra special. We will definately be booking this venue again for our anniversary parties!
Itsy Sent on 17/06/2005
4 out of 5 rating

Pretty registry office with history

Marlborough Town Hall was ideal for us. The marriage room is the Council Chamber which holds 26 people. We only wanted an intimate ceremoney with immediate family and a couple of close friends only, so it was perfect.

There is a fab stained glass window at the back at the room with a ornate chair for the signing. We had pictures taken at the front of the Town Hall on the steps which was lovely.

Would recommend to those who want a low key ceremony in Wiltshire area, as it has character and charm.
Vicky Sent on 18/05/2002
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Charming Old Building with a small wedding room

We were married in Marlborough Town Hall on May 1st, 2002. Of all the registry rooms in the area, we liked it the best -- it had an English charm the other registry office rooms did not, and since we were bringing relatives overseas from the U.S. and Australia, we wanted a venue that exuded olde English. The Town Hall is at the end of what is reputed to be "the widest street in all of England." So, depending from which side of town you approach it, the Town Hall can be quite imposing when it first comes into view. The wedding room is done in a lovely old dark wood panel, with a big window featuring a stained glass medallion at its center, and an ornate, wooden (royal-looking) chair for signing the registry. Our guests found it lovely. Parking is a nightmare at this venue, but it didn't present a problem for us, because we had everyone on a coach we had hired for the day. The hours are also quite restrictive -- we were unable to schedule the ceremony for a time we most liked. And the room only holds 26 seated people. I will have pictures up on my wed-site eventually --
The people were utterly wonderful -- I can't say enough good things about them. And the venue itself cost nothing, since it is a licensed registry office.
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