Getting married at Chadderton Town Hall | Getting married at Chadderton Town Hall | Oldham Council
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Coronavirus: Marriages and civil partnerships

The Government's has relaxed some COVID-19 restrictions but it's still important to follow the rules to keep your family and friends safe. 

While cases are high and rising, everybody needs to continue to act carefully and remain cautious. 

You should follow Government guidance for weddings to reduce risk and protect yourself and others:

There are no longer limits on the number of people who can attend weddings, civil partnerships, funerals and other life events (including receptions and celebrations).

There is no requirement for table service at life events, or restrictions on singing or dancing.

Chadderton Town Hall is a fantastic wedding venue that oozes character.

Built in 1912 by the former Chadderton Urban District Council using red brick and Yorkshire stone its central feature is the stone portico above the balcony.

Above this is an impressive stained glass window portraying Chadderton's old coat-of-arms.

Internally, the entrance hall is equally impressive with pillars, mouldings, chandeliers, and ornate windows. The staircase, with its massive stone balustrades, leads to the Edwardian ballroom.

It also has a magnificent staircase that forms a perfect backdrop for your wedding pictures.

Located near the town centre and has a fully licensed bar.

Under current coronavirus restriction the Oak room can accomadate upto 30 guests including the bride and groom.