During lockdown weddings should only take place in COVID-19 secure venues or in public outdoor spaces. The government is asking for people to only hold a wedding or civil partnership in exceptional circumstances and those that do must only take place with up to 6 people. Anyone working is not included. But for when we are no longer in lockdown, you can look ahead at 2022 and 2023.
Here are some Sussex venues to say I do in.
The Museum has over 50 historic buildings set in a beautiful 19th century park provide an outstanding backdrop for your great day, with plenty of idyllic settings for your photographs. Picture: Kate Shemilt
Wiston House is a 16th-century Grade I listed building set in the South Downs National Park on the south coast of England, surrounded by over 6,000 acres of parkland in Wiston. Picture: Derek Martin
Civil Ceremonies at the Bluebell Railway can be held in stations at either Sheffield Park or Horsted Keynes. Picture: Derek Martin
The wedding barns have been lovingly restored to create the perfect setting for a romantic civil ceremony and wedding reception.
The school has Bury Manor Barn, a stunning 16th century building can be hired for weddings and events.
Between April and September, The Bandstand is available to hire for weddings and ceremonies.
The Ocean Suite has panoramic views across the South Coast.
Inside you are greeted with a gracious staircase and marble floor with the town’s coat of arms displayed prominently before you. The Wedding Ceremony will take place in the grandeur of the 1930’s Council Chamber.
Wedding ceremonies take place in the De La Warr Pavilion’s 1930s auditorium, which is transformed into a beautifully lit and intimate space for a truly magical ceremony.
The castle has a range of beautiful rooms to choose from, period gardens, enclosed court yard, on-site accommodation and catering.
You can get married in the magnificent Music Room and the elegant and more intimate Red Drawing Room.
The 16th century townhouse has been transformed into a luxurious wedding venue.
In the heart of Rye the town hall was built in 1742, the elegant Georgian Town Hall in Rye is an ideal venue for your special day.
St Mary in the Castle is a grade II* listed building set in the heart of Hastings; located on the seafront, carved into the side of the West Hill and tucked between the new and old town.
This elegant 16th century hotel beams with character and style,the traditional oak beamed building gazing out over a gorgeous garden.
If you choose get to married at Ockenden Manor you get exclusive use includes all 28 of our luxurious bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis and the entire hotel and grounds to yourselves.