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A Day to Remember on Virtual Tour of Old Marylebone Town Hall with London's Premier Registrars

We've been on a Virtual Tour of The Old Marylebone Town Hall - iconic London wedding venue for Paul and Ringo (yes The Beatles), Liam Gallagher (twice), Claudia Winkleman (British TV favourite), and Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas (Hollywood Glamour).

Our tour, led by Registrars Mark Tiller, Alison Cathcart and Lael Douglas took us through their seven stunning ceremony rooms and onto the glamorous entrance stairway where thousands of couples have been photographed on their big day.

Thank you to the team at the venue for supporting Siobhan Craven-Robins and her online wedding planning course and for sharing your time and expertise.


More About the Expertise of our Registrar "Guides"

MARK TILLER joined Westminster Council in 1995 and became a registrar in 2011. He has registered thousands of births, deaths, marriages and citizenship ceremonies in that time. Mark has been involved in many landmark events such as the first marriage after 6pm, the introduction of same-sex marriages and the first citizenship ceremonies at Westminster Abbey and the House of Commons.

He was featured in the ITV documentary “Births Deaths and Marriages” in 2014.

LAEL DOUGLAS has worked in registration for over 4 years. She registers births, death and new British citizens as well as doing weddings. Her job allows her to have a hand in many of life’s major events, which she says is fantastic. Lael has done as many as 9 weddings in a day! She is also the specialist media & marketing registrar in their team which means she oversees their social media platforms.

ALISON CATHCART  worked previously for the Borough of Ealing as a temporary deputy registrar of marriages covering a registrar’s maternity leave from October 1987 to June 1988. Then after 3 years as a deputy registrar for London Borough of Brent, she joined Westminster as Superintendent Registrar in March 1991. In her 33 years as a registrar she has seen many changes in the service including the Marriages Approved premises Act 1994 which enabled couples to marry at hotels and stately homes etc as well as register offices; the introduction of same sex same civil partnership in 2005 and same sex marriage in 2014. She has now the Westminster Registrar Service’s Business Development Manager since April 2019.


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