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Cheadle Registration Office

Cheadle office is not available for weddings or ceremonies but can be booked for registering births, deaths and marriages.

15a - 17 High Street, 
Cheadle
ST10 1AA

Tel: 0300 111 8001 

Email: registrars enquiries

Fax: 01785 276026  

Mini Com: 01785 276207

Opening hours

Please note:  this office is open by appointment only. 

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

Access and facilities

Disabled access and toilet facilities are provided. 

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