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Registration Service Guide
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The team at Southend-on-Sea Registration Service is committed
to helping you have an enjoyable and memorable occasion, whilst
providing you with high standards of service and customer care to ensure your
ceremony is carried out in accordance with the law.
Our brochure will guide you through both the legal requirements for marriage or civil
partnership, and outline the formal procedures and choices you have in the venues available
It will introduce you to the many additional services now on offer and give advice on our
Celebratory Ceremonies, Nationality Checking, Citizenship ceremonies and Remembrance
To make life even easier, the Registration Service also offers bespoke invitations and order of
service, coupled with a complete floral service to compliment your day whatever the occasion.
The Directory towards the back of the brochure will provide you with suppliers details and
useful telephone numbers.
1st – Paper 11th – Steel
2nd – Cotton 12th – Linen
3rd – Leather 13th – Lace
4th – Fruit 14th – Ivory
5th – Wood 15th – Crystal
6th – Sugar 20th – China
7th – Wool 25th – Silver
8th – Pottery 30th – Pearl
9th – Willow 40th - Ruby
10th – Tin 50th - Gold
Renewal of Vows
A Renewal of Vows ceremony is often associated with a special anniversary such as
a 25th, but is just as appropriate for couples at any stage of their marriage or civil
partnership. These ceremonies are particularly appealing to couples who have held their
ceremony abroad, especially if family and friends were unable to attend the occasion.
Each ceremony is tailor made to your individual requirements, creating a unique event that
you and your guests will remember. You can involve people who have special meaning in
your lives; you may wish to involve your witnesses or best man. The ceremony can be further
enhanced with some special music, readings or poetry. However they must have no religious
content. Like a marriage or civil partnership, you will also need to ask two people to witness
the signing of the certificate of the event.
A Renewal of Vows may take place
at any chosen venue, be it your
home or a venue, special to the
pair of you. Commemorative
Certificates are also available.
A Celebrant will be
appointed to conduct your
ceremony, but will not be
acting in any official capacity,
even if they also work as a
Registrar. Nor do the ceremonies
have any legal effect and are
not legally binding on those who
These ceremonies are
intended for adult
couples of any gender who wish to
celebrate their commitment to each
without undergoing a marriage or civil
partnership. This includes couples who
cannot marry for legal reasons or those
who simply do not wish to marry. The
ceremonies carry no legal status.
Each ceremony is unique, made even
more so by the couple selecting words,
poems and readings that hold a special
The ceremony is conducted by a
Celebrant, who will meet with the
couple prior to the actual occasion to
offer advice and discuss requirements.
Please be assured that the Celebrant
will treat any details relating to the
ceremony with the strictest confidence.
It is a declaration of life-long
commitment, love and dedication
between two people. The occasion can
be shared with family and friends, or
the ceremony can be held in private
A Naming Ceremony is a very special way of celebrating the birth of your child and
welcoming the new arrival into the family and wider community. It is also ideally suited
to welcome an adopted child or children, or to embrace stepchildren into a new family, by
declaring, before family and friends, your promise to be as good a parent as you can.
Parents do not need to be married and can come from any cultural background, with any
spiritual or religious beliefs, or none. Any parent or legal guardian can make the arrangements.
The duration of the ceremony will depend on which options you choose when personalising
your ceremony. There are essential sections (Introduction and Welcome, Reading, Naming
of the Child, Parents’ Promise, Promises by Supporting Adults, Signing of the Record, Closing
Words) but others can be added, such as the Reasons for the Name, Hopes for the Child’s
Future or further readings. Remember, Naming Ceremonies are secular, and do not contain
any religious references.
Every Naming Ceremony is unique, and offers the flexibility to
meet the individual needs and wishes of the family – and the
ceremony is not just for babies: children of any age can have a
Naming Ceremonies do not have a legal
status – it is simply a celebration that
you as parents choose to do as a public
gesture of love and commitment to
your child. It is not a replacement for
registering your baby, which is a legal
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Remembrance Funeral Ceremony
A Remembrance Funeral Ceremony is a dignified
ceremony to commemorate a loved one’s life and parting.
The option of having a civil funeral in which individual beliefs
may be reflected through words, readings and music can be
very comforting. The family can even choose where and when
the ceremony should take place. It gives family and friends
the opportunity to choose a unique and personal way of saying
goodbye to their loved one.
Family and friends are encouraged to participate in designing
the ceremony and will be asked for their personal memories
and other relevant details from which a unique and personal
tribute is created which can be kept and treasured. Such
a ceremony could include memorabilia, family tributes,
anecdotes, favourite music or hymn, readings, poetry or prayer.
Ceremonies can take place at any suitable venue other than a
religious building. A suitable venue could be a crematorium,
civil/municipal cemetery, natural burial grounds, your home, a
hotel, a special place to you and your loved one.
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These ceremonies have no legal effect and are not legally
binding on those who participate. The ceremonies are for
families and friends who wish to celebrate the life of a loved one.
At the end of the ceremony, the Celebrant will present a special
commemorative certificate with a copy of the eulogy to the family.
To give notice, you must have lived
in your registration district in
England or Wales for at least 7 clear days
Place of Residence: A utility bill or a
bank statement (dated within three
months of your appointment)
immediately before giving notice. If you
both live in the Borough of Southend, As you will be making a legal statement,
you will need to make an appointment the notice must be given in person.
at the Civic Centre. If you live outside of There is also a fee for each notice given,
the Borough you must give notice at your payable at the time of the appointment.
local Register Office.
Once the notice has been given it will
Each party will need to produce be displayed on a public notice board
documents when attending the at the Register Office for 16 clear days,
appointment: after which time, provided all the
documentation has been received and
Please be aware that you must supply cleared, the authority for your ceremony
original documentation at the time may be issued.
of your appointment, you cannot use
photocopies. If either one or both of you are not
British or EU citizens, there are slightly
Nationality: A current and valid different rules and other documents that
passport, birth certificate or medical you will need to produce. For advice
card and further information on this please
contact Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Date of Birth: An original birth
Register Office on 01702 215009, the
certificate or a current driving licence
Nationality and Immigration Bureau on
Previous Marriage: A Decree Absolute 0870 606 7766, or visit
bearing a court stamp or the death www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk.
certificate of your former spouse
The Day of your Ceremony
The Registration team is there to guide you through your ceremony to help make it an
enjoyable and memorable experience.
Before the ceremony can begin, you will have a short interview with your Registrar. This is
to make sure that all the information given at the time of your Notice is still correct; it may
be that you have had a birthday, moved house or changed your job. It is important to let the
Registrar know if any details have changed so that
he or she be sure to enter the correct ones in the
register. You will also be asked for your natural
or adoptive father’s full name and occupation, for
inclusion into the register.
We appreciate that the bride may wish to uphold
the tradition of not being seen by the groom
immediately before the ceremony. If this is the
case we will be happy to see you separately.
If not, the interview will take place together.
To ensure your ceremony starts on time, we
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would recommend that you arrive at least 30
minutes prior to the event if at an approved
venue, or 15 minutes if at the Register Office.
After your interview the ceremony is ready
to begin… take a deep breath, relax, put
yourselves in our hands….and enjoy yourselves!
Ceremony Types and Places
If you are planning a marriage or civil partnership in England or Wales, you can do so
either by a civil or religious ceremony.
This can either take place in a Church or Chapel of the Church of England or Wales, or a
place of religious worship which has been registered by the Registrar General.
A Church Wedding
If you are getting married in any religious building, apart from a church belonging to
the Church of England (marriage according to the rites of the Church of England), it is
necessary to give formal notice to the Superintendent Registrar in the district(s) where
you live. You can only get married in a church in a different district to where you both
live if either of you usually go to worship in that building or if there is no building of
your religion in the district where you or the person you are marrying lives.
The religious building will generally have an appointed person who will register your
marriage. If this is not the case, a Registrar from the district covering the building
must be present at the ceremony by prior arrangement. All enquiries about marriages
in the established church (the Church of England) should be made to the Clergyman of
your local parish church.
Our staff will be glad to help and advise on this matter.
This can either take place in a Register Office or an Approved Premise which has been
approved by the local authority under the Marriage Act 1994.
A Ceremony Abroad
A Superintendent Registrar may accept notice for a marriage or civil partnership to take
place in a foreign country between a British subject and either a foreign subject or another
British subject. He/she may be able to issue a certificate which can be produced to help
the procedure abroad. However, the rules vary and you should consult the Superintendent
Registrar and the Embassy for the country concerned.
Marriage or Civil Partnership can be solemnised in a foreign country under local law
Sometimes it is possible for a record of the marriage to be made under the Foreign Marriage
Order 1970, but this is not always the case and you should consult the Superintendent
Registrar for more details.
A civil partnership is a legal partnership between two people of the same sex. In a marriage
the couple must exchange spoken words of declaration and vows, but in a civil partnership the
contract is formed when the second partner signs the legal document. However, to all intents
and purposes the result is the same, as couples have the same legal rights and obligations as
You may register a civil partnership if you are both
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the same sex, both over 16 (parental consent is
required for under 18’s), and not already married or
in a civil partnership and not closely related to each
These are available through the Registration Service
and can be organised before or after your ceremony.
The ceremony will begin with an introduction by the Superintendent Registrar. The bride and groom
will then be asked, in turn, to repeat the following solemn declarations:
“I do solemnly declare that I know not of any lawful impediment why I … may not be joined in matrimony to…”
or “I declare that I know of no legal reason why I … may not be joined in marriage to…”
or “by replying “I am” to the question “Are you … free lawfully to marry … ?”
Each of the parties must also say to the other (choosing one of the statements given below):
“I call upon these persons here present to witness that I … do take thee … to be my lawful wedded wife (or
or “I … take you … to be my wedded wife (or husband).”
or “I … take thee … to be my wedded wife (or husband).”
The ceremony may be enhanced by making additional vows and commitments to each other beyond
the legally required ones. The following words may be included in your marriage ceremony:
“I give you this ring as a token of our marriage and a lasting symbol of the promises we have made today.”
or “I give you this ring as a symbol of our marriage. I promise to be loving, faithful and loyal to you in
living our married life together.”
or “… as I take you to be my wife/husband, I promise to care for you in our future life together. I give you
this ring as a symbol of our love and as a lasting reminder of the vows we have made here today.”
Having made your vows to each other in the presence of your witnesses (and guests) you become
Husband and Wife.
Music for your ceremony A selection of music for your
Music plays a key role in
weddings from the moment
the guests enter the place where the marriage Prelude
is to take place, to the important first dance. It Handel – Air from The Water Music
is worth spending time and effort to choose Boccherini – Minuet
the right music to reflect your style and to set Grieg – Morning from Peer Gynt
the ambience that you want. Elgar – Chanson de Matin
For the ceremony there are four main places
Entrance of Bride
Clarke – Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of
where music is usually played:
Wagner – Wedding March (Here comes the bride)
When your guests enter the marriage
Handel – Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
room it is pleasant to have music being
Verdi – Grand March from Aida
played quietly in the background.
Purcell – Trumpet Tune
A very special piece of music is played
when the bride is escorted down the aisle. Interlude
Vivaldi – Allegro from Spring, Four Seasons
During the signing of the register.
Pachelbel – Canon
A final and triumphant piece is played Handel – Music for Royal Fireworks
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as the newly married couple, followed Bach – Air on a G string
by their guests, leave at the end of the Grieg – Wedding Day in Trondheim
Music played in a civil ceremony may not Mendelssohn – Wedding March (Midsummer
have any religious connotations. Night’s Dream)
Widor – Toccata
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The origins and meaning behind some of our
most cherished wedding traditions may
surprise you. Many of the traditions associated with
Throwing confetti… originates from the ancient pagan
rite of showering the happy couple with grain to wish
them a fruitful union.
modern day weddings can be found to have their
roots in the customs and rituals of our ancestors. Something old… signifies the bride’s link to her family
and the past. The bride might, for example wear
Why does the bride stand on the left and groom on a piece of family jewellery or her mother’s/grand-
the right..? It is believed the practice goes back to mother’s wedding dress.
times when the groom would ‘capture’ his bride by
Something new… Reflects hope for good fortune and
kidnapping her. Should the groom have to fight off
success in the future. The bride often chooses the
other men who also wanted her as their bride, he
wedding gown as the ‘new’ item.
would hold her with his left hand whilst leaving his
right hand free to use his sword. Something borrowed… is often an item already
worn by a happy bride at her wedding, such as a
Third finger, left hand… The Romans believed that handkerchief or item of jewellery.
the vein in that finger runs directly to the heart.
The wedding ring represents a never-ending circle, Something blue… Dates back to biblical times when
symbolising everlasting love. the colour blue was considered to represent purity
and fidelity. Over time this has evolved from wearing
Throwing the bouquet… In days gone by, women blue clothing to wearing a blue band around the
would try to rip pieces of the bride’s dress and bottom of the bride’s dress and in more modern
flowers in order to obtain some of her good luck. To times to where the bride wears a blue coloured garter.
get away from the crowd the bride would toss her
…and a silver sixpence in the bride’s left shoe… is
bouquet and run away. Nowadays the bouquet is
a symbol of wealth. This is not simply to bring the
tossed to single women with the belief that whoever
bride financial wealth but also a wealth of happiness
catches it will be the next to marry.
and joy throughout her marriage.
Changes to your Passport
If a person wishes to change their name on their passport for use immediately after the
ceremony, the Passport Office will either issue a new standard UK passport which will be
valid from the date of the ceremony or alternatively will amend the existing passport to show
the new name. Neither of these will be issued more than three months prior to the marriage
Application forms can be obtained from the Post Office. Once the preliminaries have
been completed, the forms can be filled in by the applicant and the Minister of Religion or
Superintendent Registrar who is to celebrate the ceremony. The form should then be sent to
the Passport Office together with the application for a passport or amendment to the passport.
If you are going abroad, remember to book air tickets etc. in the
name you will have in your passport at the time of travelling.
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Traditional Birth Gem Stones
JANUARY - Garnet
FEBRUARY - Amethyst
MARCH - Aquamarine
APRIL - Diamond
MAY - Emerald
JUNE - Pearl
JULY - Ruby
AUGUST - Peridot
SEPTEMBER - Sapphire
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OCTOBER - Opal
NOVEMBER - Topaz
DECEMBER - Zircon
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Register Office Seating 24 guests, the
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with simple decoration. Ceremonies can take place Monday
Jubilee Room Tastefully decorated, the Jubilee
Room (Approved Premise) is a much
larger venue accommodating up to 92 guests.
Some flowers are provided in the rooms, but should you wish,
we are happy for you to supply flowers of your own choice,
ribbons and balloons. The rooms are also air conditioned and
fitted with a CD player.
Both venues are centrally located here at the Civic Centre
and easy for your guests to reach by road and rail. There is
a car park adjacent to the building and full disabled access if
Just a short walk away is the popular Churchill Gardens.
The gardens have attractive water features, extensive lawns
and mature landscape, and make a superb location for
Marriages and Civil Partnerships can take place at an
Approved Premise Monday – Sunday: 8.00 am – 6.00 pm.
Civic House, Porters
Built in the 15th Century with delightful gardens gently sloping down to a pond,
Porters is the perfect place for your very special celebration.
For further information or to make an appointment to view, please:
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Southchurch Hall Boasting its own moat and situated amongst
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has many fine features with its timbered ceiling and walled tapestries.
Some flowers are provided, but should you wish, we are happy for you to supply flowers of
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Duplicate Certificates How to register a death
There are many reasons why you may
require a duplicate certificate. These
are available for all registrations which have taken
Deaths within the Borough of
Southend-on-Sea should normally
be registered within 5 days at the Register Office.
place in the Borough of Southend-on-Sea.
The staff will endeavour to be as sympathetic and
To apply for a duplicate certificate, simply call into the supportive as possible, and will answer all the questions
Registration department and complete an application that you may have.
form. Payment is required at the time of application.
The certificate will be available for collection within five must be
working days, or it can be posted out to you. made to
register a death.
in the afternoons.
However we try
How to Register a Birth
Any birth within the Borough of Southend-on-Sea has to be
registered within 42 days (six weeks) of the birth. An appointment
has to be made and the registration must be carried out in person.
If the parents are not married, both the mother and father must attend
together. If the father does not attend, his details cannot be entered onto the
child’s birth record.
Commemorative Birth Certificates are available to purchase through the
Here to assist with life events: bereavement, becoming a parent, change
Our service is available to assist you with dealing with the changes in
life events, if you have become a new parent we can provide you with
information on child care services, benefits and other support networks. If entering into
a formal relationship through marriage or civil partnership we can advise various Council
departments and other organisations of your change of circumstance and address if
appropriate. Our service is particular helpful when you are dealing with the loss of a
We recognise that in addition to coping with bereavement you are also faced with
making many arrangements and notifying a large number of organisations and Council
departments. This process can be confusing, distressing and time consuming and you will
often have to notify different organisations with the same information.
By signing a consent form this will give us permission and enable us to act on your behalf.
Here are some examples of the organisations and departments we can notify on your
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Council Tax, Housing Benefits, Libraries, Social Care,
Children’s Services, Pension Services, Blue Badges, Care Line, Inland Revenue, Tax
Office, Hospital, Bank, Landlord, Family Doctor, Water Authority, School, Post Office, Car
Insurance, Priest, Religious Officials, Passport Office, DVLA.
What happens at the appointment:
The service is located within the civic centre so we will be able to book the appointment to
coincide with your birth or death registration appointment. Alternatively we can book you
an appointment at a time and date convenient to you. Please ring 01702 215009 and ask
for the Registration Advisory Service. You will be seen by one of our trained Advisory Officers,
who will collect the necessary information so that we can notify the relevant organisations.
They will then give you an information pack tailored to your personal situation.
To assist the Advisory Officer it would be useful for you to bring the following documents/
information to your appointment.
A birth/death certificate (which will be given to you at the time of registration)
The deceased’s National Insurance number
With regards to bereavement, if you are the next of kin and you are in receipt of, or may
be entitled to, benefits, please bring your own National Insurance number.
If you are not the next of kin we will be able to help you, however we may not be able to
offer all of the services without the next of kin’s written permission and signed consent.
We also offer a follow-up appointment where we will check that everything has been
appropriately dealt with and answer any further questions you may have this can be done
face to face or by telephone.
Citizenship Ceremonies and Nationality Checking Service
In 2004 the Government introduced a requirement for all
persons over the age of 18 applying for naturalisation
or registration as a British Citizen, to take a citizenship oath
The nationality certificate will be presented by the Mayor or
his/her Deputy on behalf of the Home Secretary, and can
subsequently be used to support passport applications and
and pledge at a citizenship ceremony. The Government to prove the individual is a British Citizen.
believes that those becoming British Citizens should positively
embrace the diversity of background, cultures and faiths that Nationality Checking Service for British Citizenship applicants
living in the UK involves, and by taking a citizenship oath is available through the Registration Service in Southend-on-
they will be encouraged to play an active role in society, and Sea.
feel a sense of belonging to a wider community.
In return for an administration fee, a Registration Officer will
The taking of a new citizenship oath and pledge will be check applications are completed correctly and have been
a legal requirement, as this is the key moment when submitted with all the necessary supporting documents and
citizenship is conferred. New citizens will be presented the correct Home Office Fee. They will photocopy and certify
with their certificate and information pack and an official valuable documents such as passports and will forward the
commemorative photograph can be taken. applications by special post to Liverpool. Where they will be
Floral & Stationery Service
The Registration Service offers an excellent Floral Service through its award winning
You can meet with a member of the team to discuss your personal requirements and view
designs from our picture library or bring along the design of your choice. We use high quality
materials and offer very competitive prices.
To complete your requirements we also offer a Stationery Service, with a variety of invitation
designs for weddings, civil partnership or renewal of vows ceremonies. In addition we also
offer birth announcements and memorial cards/order of service, which we can personalise by
including a photograph of your new born or loved one.
BEREAVEMENT SERVICES 01702 215015
CEMETERIES AND CREMATORIUM 01702 603907 / 603908
CHILD DEATH HELPLINE FREEFONE 0800 282 986
CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE 0870 167 1677
LESBIAN AND GAY BEREAVEMENT PROJECT 0870 7870554
CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU
RAYLEIGH 01268 770782
ROCHFORD 01702 545552
SOUTHEND ON SEA 01702 610610
CHILDLINE FREEFONE 0800 1111
DEPT FOR WORKS & PENSIONS ADVICE LINE 08456024444
FAMILY RECORDS CENTRE 020 8876 3444
FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE 0870 606 0290
CASTLE POINT AND ROCHFORD 01268 361350
GENERAL REGISTRATION OFFICE 0845 603 7788
RAYLEIGH 01268 776362
SOUTHEND ON SEA 01702 215009
NSPCC FREEFONE 0808 800 5000
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WIDOWS 024 7663 4848
PASSPORT ADVICELINE 0870 5210410
SAMARITANS 08457 90 90 90
SOUTHEND DIVORCE COURT 01702 601991
TERENCE HIGGINS TRUST 0845 1221200
WILLS AND PROBATE 0845 302 0900
Flowers and their mean
ASTERS Love & contentment
DAFFODIL Respect, joy
FORGET ME NOT Faith
RED ROSE I love you, passion
PINK ROSE Happiness
YELLOW TULIP Suns
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WHITE LILY Youth, beauty
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Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Registration Service, Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue
Southend-on-Sea SS2 6ER
Tel: (01702) 215009
Fax: (01702) 612610