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Wedding venue

The Almonry (Battle Town Hall) has been approved by East Sussex County Council for the solemnisation of marriages and the registration of civil partnerships.

The medieval building is a grade II* listed building, the Council Chamber has a feature fireplace and wood panelling and can hold up to 30 guests seated or 50 standing. Ceremonies can also be held in the garden arbour (weather permitting) with 15 guests seated or 20 standing. Further guests can be seated in the stunning gardens. The courtyard is a secluded space to take photographs.

The venues can be hired Wednesday to Sunday, between 10:00 and 16:00, allowing ceremonies to take place between 11:00 and 15:30.

You are welcome to serve drinks and light refreshments after the ceremony. The kitchen is not certified for food preparation but it may be used to plate food and pour drinks. Please note that food and drink may not be consumed in the registered venue prior to the ceremony.

If you would like to visit the Almonry to view the ceremony rooms please contact the Council office on 01424 772210 to arrange a mutually convenient appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday 09:00 to 14:00 but appointments can be set for later in the day by prior arrangement.

The Almonry is not a register office and you need to book and pay for a Registrar to attend and officiate at your ceremony. A provisional booking can be made to hold a date for 14 days while the register office confirm your booking.


Wedding venue fees - please note this is for the venue ONLY

Fees Battle resident couples Non Battle resident couples

Wednesday to Friday






Sunday/Bank Holiday