Last updated 8.30am, Monday 19 July 2021
These are no longer required by law in any setting, but the Government expects and recommends that people wear face coverings in crowded areas. Our staff will, therefore, continue to wear face coverings in communal areas (such as entrances, stairwells, corridors etc.) and we would encourage our customers to do the same. This includes guests at all ceremonies unless you have an exemption from wearing one.
This also no longer applies, and you do not need to stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with. However, in order to keep our staff and customers safe the Registrars will maintain a minimum of one metre distance from our customers, including ceremonies.
NHS Test and Trace
If someone has been instructed by NHS Test and Trace to self isolate (because they have tested positive for COVID 19 or they’re a close contact of someone who has) they must not attend. We are no longer required by law to collect customer details but we will continue to display an NHS QR code for customers wishing to check in using the app.
Information about Manchester Registration Service
- Registering a birth
- Registering a death
- Registering a stillbirth
- Arranging a marriage
- Arranging a civil partnership
- Arranging a citizenship ceremony
- European Passport Return Service
- EU Settlement Scheme - Identity verification service
- Getting a copy certificate
- Tracing your family history - see Libraries information on Family History Searches
Applications are also submitted through the Register Office for
- Registering a building for worship and marriage
- Approval of a non-religious building as a venue for civil marriages and civil partnerships
- Approval of a religious building as a venue for civil partnerships
You can view public notices for those current applications for venues for civil marriages and civil partnerships being advertised through this website. (Alternatively, venues may choose to place the public notice in a local newspaper - one that is published at least once a week)
NHS Test and Trace
When visiting the registrars office, you will be asked to give your name and a contact number. In line with Government guidance we will collect this information, to assist with the control of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This information will be shared with NHS Test and Trace where requested, to identify people who may have been exposed to the virus.
View our privacy notice and data processing information.