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Cannock Registration Office

Set within the civic offices the ceremony room is lit with crystal chandeliers and seats 30 guests. Public car parking is available adjacent and opposite the registration office. Please note that car parking is chargeable. A small lawned area provides a setting for photograph opportunities.

Cannock Chase Council Offices,
Beecroft Road,
Cannock
WS11 1BG

Telephone:  0300 111 8001

Email:  registrars enquiries

Fax:  01785 276026  

Mini Com:  01785 276207

Telephone enquiries about Registration Services can be made from 9am until 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Office opening hours

Appointments are available from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Access and facilities 

Disabled access and toilet facilities are provided.

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