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Civil Ceremony Venues in Sutton

 

Sutton Council is offering two new beautiful historic venues for civil ceremonies.

 

Our delightful settings, Whitehall Historic House in Cheam and Honeywood Museum in Carshalton, offer value for money and are perfectly placed for small intimate ceremonies. Steeped in history, our venues will ensure your special day is remembered with love and joy. Download a copy of our brochure and enquire with our team to book a viewing. Limited availability.

 

 

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Honeywood Museum

- Drawing Room -

 

Step back in time, and enjoy the splendour of another era!

 

With origins dating from the mid-17th century, Honeywood Museum is a Grade II listed building set in the picturesque heart of Carshalton’s historic Conservation Area. Honeywood stands at the western end of Carshalton Ponds surrounded by historic buildings and water features which together form one of the most interesting and attractive areas in Greater London.

 

Civil ceremonies are hosted in the Drawing room - a light and airy space, with fine examples of Edwardian decor. French doors open out onto the beautiful garden, and the room seats 30 guests plus the couple to be.

 

Honeywood Tea Rooms provide after ceremony drinks and menu options.

 

The surrounding area offers the perfect backdrop for your magical day, with ample opportunities for great photographs, as well as an abundance of excellent pubs and other venues - such as the CryerArts Centre.

 

Honeywood Museum tells the story of the house, its residents, and the local area. Start your story together and say ‘I do’ in style!

 

Address: Honeywood Museum, Honeywood Walk, Carshalton, SM5 3NX

Enquiries[email protected]

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Whitehall Historic House

- Tudor Hall -

 

Whitehall Historic House is a unique building, a rare survivor of domestic architecture built before Henry VIII came to the throne.

 

Constructed in 1500, Whitehall is Grade II* listed, and one of very few timber framed buildings left in the Greater London area that is more than 500 years old. Set in the heart of Cheam Village, it has been associated with royalty, housed ambitious schemes for education, and has been a home to several prominent families important to the area’s evolution.

 

Ceremonies take place within the Tudor Hall - an original part of the medieval structure, providing room for 24 seated guests, plus the couple to be. Tie the knot in front of an impressive fireplace, under ancient wooden beams. The building's quirky jetty-set porch offers excellent photo opportunities, and the beautifully maintained gardens provide a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere.

 

The Freedom Caffe provides after ceremony drinks and menu options.

 

Whitehall has been recently restored and refurbished with help from the National Heritage Lottery Fund. New exhibitions throughout the museum tell stories of people from the area and the residents of Whitehall.

 

Address: Whitehall Historic House, 1 Malden Rd, Cheam, SM3 8QD

Enquires: [email protected]

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Feel free to find more information about the legal process when getting married or forming a civil partnership, as well other ceremony venues in Sutton.