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Ceremony suites

We have five ceremony suites. One at each of our registration offices in Airdrie, Cumbernauld and Motherwell and two at the New Town Hall, Cumbernauld.

Ceremony suite - Airdrie

The registration office is located close to the town centre on the main road between Airdrie and Coatbridge (A89) and is easily reached by public transport.

The ceremony suite can hold a maximum of 40 people, including the principal party.  The ceremony suite also has a separate waiting room available for the principal party before the ceremony.

There is allocated parking for the principal party cars with direct access to the ceremony suite.  Parking for guests is available at the front and side of the building including two disabled parking spaces.

Wheelchair access is available and there are disabled toilets in the building.

Ceremony suite - Bron Way, Cumbernauld

The registration office is on the ground floor in the council offices in Bron Way.

The ceremony suite can hold a maximum of 12 people.  

Parking is available outside the office building including disabled parking spaces.

There is a disabled toilet in the building.

Ceremony suites - New Town Hall, Cumbernauld

The New Town Hall has two ceremony suites.

The Craigieburn Suite is on the ground floor and can hold 85 people.  The Beechwood Suite is on the first floor and can hold 150 people.  There are also two waiting rooms available in the building for the principal party before the ceremony.

Parking is available within the council office car park.

Wheelchair access is available and there is a lift and disabled toilets in the building.

Ceremony suite - Motherwell

The registration office is on the ground floor in the council offices in the Civic Centre.  

The ceremony suite has air conditioning and can hold 50 people plus the principal party.  

Parking for two principal party cars is available at the front of the building using the emergency vehicle entrance.  Parking for guests is available in the general car park at the back of the building.

Page last updated:
12 Aug 2020

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