I am pleased to announce my appointment as Toastmaster for Easthampstead Park Hotel
Are weddings allowed at the moment?
Weddings were banned when lockdown began on 23 March, affecting 73,600 weddings and civil partnership ceremonies.
They are now allowed in all four UK nations, but with different rules.
- Groups of more than six people from different households can’t meet up in England – but wedding ceremonies and sit-down receptions are an exception. From 28 September, up to 15 people allowed to attend at a “Covid-secure” venue, down from 30
- In Scotland, wedding ceremonies of up to 20 people can be held, but receptions must follow the rules for social gatherings
- Small outdoor wedding ceremonies are allowed in Northern Ireland, or they can take place indoors if someone is terminally ill – the number of guests is based on the venue’s risk assessment
- In Wales, receptions of up to 30 people are allowed