Current venue licence applications

Venue licence applications for civil marriages and civil partnerships

The venues listed below have applied for approval to hold civil marriages and civil partnership ceremonies.

You can book an appointment to inspect a current licence application during office hours. Call 03000 41 40 03 or email kentish.ceremony-cmy@kent.gov.uk.

If you want to object to an application, write to: Mrs Jane Collins, Superintendent Registrar, The Archbishops Palace, Mill Street, Maidstone ME15 6YE stating your reasons for the objection.

Find other licenced venues for non civil marriages and partnerships.

Name of premises and address Applicant name Date objections need to be received by
Botany Bay Hotel, Marine Drive, Kingsgate, BroadstairsDonna Sandells27 January 2020
The Crown Inn, The Street, Finglesham, DealHelen Ovenden27 January 2020
Hotel Du Vin, Crescent Road, Tunbridge WellsJames McComas27 January 2020
Hever Hotel, Hever Road, HeverLee Crawford27 January 2020
The Beacon, Tea Garden Lane, Tunbridge WellsDavid West27 January 2020
Greenhill Farm, Otham, MaidstoneDavid Betts27 January 2020
The Blue Pigeons, The Street, WorthRobert Hutson14 February 2020
St Martin’s Priory, St Martin’s Hill, CanterburyGeoffrey Marsh14 February 2020
The Paper Mill, Hinksden Road, BenendenCharles Andrew14 February 2020
The Dreys, Squirrel Wood, Squirrel Lodge, Rumstead Lane, SittingbourneJacqueline Keulemans14 February 2020
Yarrow Hotel, Ramsgate Road, BroadstairsLee Osborn14 February 2020
The Oak Grove, Twinney Wharf, Susans Lane, UpchurchSamantha Holland14 February 2020
Judds Folly Hotel, Syndale Park, London Road, FavershamJason Wolverson14 February 2020
Artists Beach House, Tankerton Beach, WhitstableKatrina Brown14 February 2020