Civil Marriages, Partnerships and Pink Weddings at Lyde Court Hereford
Lyde Court provides an exclusive and secluded environment to make your special day unique and memorable. We are licensed to host civil ceremonies in a variety of different locations, all with their own individual romantic ambience.
Civil marriage and civil partnership ceremonies
We are licenced to hold Civil Marriage and Civil Partnership Ceremonies at Lyde Court. Ceremonies can be held in the barn, the house or in two beautiful outdoor areas within the grounds.
An informal and relaxed location
The stone Tithe barns allow you to create your perfect day without the restraints imposed by large hotels or corporate venues. From small intimate weddings with 25 guests through to large gatherings of 250 people we have the perfect venue. All weddings have exclusive use of the venue.
The Great Barn capable of holding 250 seated guests provides a dramatic setting with its vaulted ceiling and long central aisle. Click here to see a plan of the Great Barn.
The Willow Lawn adjoins the Great Barn and also accommodates 250 seated guests for an outdoor ceremony.
The Rose Garden is a beautiful location for an outdoor ceremony with a capacity of approximately 150 seated guests.
There are a number of smaller areas within the barn which are ideal for small intimate ceremonies.
The Drawing Room within Lyde Court is the perfect setting for a small family ceremony. This room has dual aspect French doors leading directly to the beautiful gardens.
You will need to book your Civil Ceremony with Herefordshire Register Office.
Please contact them to check availability for the date and time that you require.
Mrs Janet Abel – Ceremony Co-ordinator
The Register Office, Town Hall, St Owen Street, Hereford, HR1 2PJ.
Telephone 01432 383261
Humanist Weddings and Partnership Celebrations.
We welcome Humanist Weddings and Partnership Celebrations.
In England and Wales, most couples who choose to have a Humanist wedding or partnership ceremony complete the legal formalities and obtain a civil marriage certificate at a Register Office first. But they regard their Humanist wedding or partnership ceremony as the one which truly marks their life-long commitment to each other.