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All certificates will be charged at a statutory fee of £11 per certificate and a priority service will be set at a statutory fee of £35 per certificate.

Additional standard birth, death and marriage certificates vary in cost depending on when they are ordered or required.

Find out more about  copy certificates, or order a certificate online.

Standard service

A certificate can be issued within five working days for £11. This includes the cost of the certificate, administration and postage.

Priority service

A priority service is available for £35. Your certificate will be sent by first class post on the same day if ordered before 1.30pm, or the next working day if ordered after 1.30pm.

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