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Newcastle Registration Office

Located in the heart of Newcastle this new venue is adjacent to Queen's Gardens, making the perfect backdrop for treasured photographs of your day.

The ceremony room seats 50 and has wedding themed chairs and picture windows that open into the gardens.

The secluded location is just a short walk to a choice of venues for your wedding celebrations. There is ample town centre parking close by. 

Castle House
Barracks Road
Newcastle under Lyme
ST5 1BL

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 with late night opening to 6pm on Tuesdays.

Saturday appointments for births and notices are available upon request.

Access and facilities

Disabled access and toilet facilities are provided.

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