Celebrate in Shropshire Shropshire 2018 - Page 3

ful county Shropshire is recognised as an incredibly beautiful county, the largest inland county in England, no less. The county is steeped in a rich and fascinating history, playing its parts in the ‘Wars of the Roses’ and has been fought over in the North by the Welsh and English. Our county has hosted the English parliament and is rich in heritage left by the Romans, not to mention its association with the modern Olympic Games. Some even believe that the court of Camelot was in Shropshire. We are pleased to be able to offer a wide choice of attractive venues in beautiful locations for ceremonies. Shropshire is home to some stunning scenery, set on a backcloth of patchwork fields, wooded valleys, picturesque rivers and rolling hills leading into the Welsh mountains. We are sure that you will find the perfect place to celebrate your special day in Shropshire. Whatever you envisage, a simple, intimate affair or a splendid gala occasion, we want to ensure that your special day is all that you want it to be. We want your celebration to run smoothly and successfully and leave you with memories to treasure. We hope this guide will answer all your questions but if you have any others, we will be pleased to answer them. Alternatively please visit www.shropshire.gov.uk or call us on 0345 678 9016. We look forward to sharing with you the joy and happiness on your special day. Welcome to the Shropshire Registration and Celebratory Services guide to ceremonies in Shropshire. You will find information about naming ceremonies, getting married or forming a civil partnership and re-registering as well as details on related services and other ceremonies. We will guide you through the legal formalities and provide you with information about venues that are licensed for marriages or civil partnerships in Shropshire. cover photo: www.georginabalmerphotography.co.uk this photo: www.s-b-photography.co.uk If you can read this but know someone who can’t, please contact us on 0345 678 9016 so that we can provide this information in a more suitable format such as large print, Braille or audio, or translate into another language. 2