Trowbridge couple are first couple to marry at new County Hall ceremonial room

Trowbridge couple are first couple to marry at new County Hall ceremonial room

Trowbridge couple Jonathon Perry and Berni Crowley become the first couple to get married at the new ceremonial room at County Hall in Trowbridge

Trowbridge couple Jonathon Perry and Berni Crowley become the first couple to get married at the new ceremonial room at County Hall in Trowbridge

Council leader Jane Scott offers her congratulations as Berni Crowley and Jonathon Perry marry at the new ceremonial room in County Hall, Trowbridge

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Trowbridge couple Berni Crowley and Jonathon Perry become the first couple to get married at the new ceremonial room at County Hall in Trowbridge on Saturday.

There are 100 weddings booked to take place at the register offices and Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott attended Saturday’s couple to congratulate the newlyweds.

Gwyn Hughes, the General Register Office’s head of delivery partnership unit, said he was pleased with the quality of the facilities.

He said: "We were immensely impressed with all we saw on our visit. Both in respect to the improvements being made to the delivery of the registration service, and more generally Wiltshire Council's vision and customer focus.

"I wish the team well in taking the service forward."

The new suite replaces the former register office across the road from County Hall at The Chestnuts.

For more information about organising wedding ceremonies at County Hall email ceremonies@wiltshire.gov.uk or call 0300 003 4570.

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11:55am Mon 10 Feb 14

rustybucket says...

Many congratulations to the lovely couple, but has Jane Scott started her canvassing early 'cos she knows she's in dire need of votes? And did she buy the flowers personally or will I be paying part of it when she puts in her expense claim?
Many congratulations to the lovely couple, but has Jane Scott started her canvassing early 'cos she knows she's in dire need of votes? And did she buy the flowers personally or will I be paying part of it when she puts in her expense claim? rustybucket
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8:42pm Tue 11 Feb 14

frankie007 says...

If that dreadful woman had turned up at my wedding, I'd have had her removed.
If that dreadful woman had turned up at my wedding, I'd have had her removed. frankie007
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1:18pm Fri 14 Feb 14

New 2 Trow says...

I'd be really upset if some politician turned up on my wedding day to use it as an opportunity for some much needed PR!
I'd be really upset if some politician turned up on my wedding day to use it as an opportunity for some much needed PR! New 2 Trow
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