The Register Office has been present in Coventry since the first legal requirement to register births, still-births, deaths and marriages was introduced.
You will need to go to Coventry's Register Office for the registration of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships and other celebratory services within the City of Coventry.
Coventry Register Office has been located in its current premises since the mid-1960s. It adjoins a medieval manor house, which in the 14th Century, was part of the estate of Edward III, who settled it on the Black Prince. It is the oldest building in the country in use as a Statutory Register Office ceremony room.
Our beautiful manor house has 4 rooms licensed for civil ceremonies. Each room, in keeping with the historical building, has its own distinct Tudor character:
In addition to registering today's events, the Register Office holds all the original birth, marriage and death registers from 1837 to the present day.
We take pride in our customer care and endeavour to give you the best service we can. Please take a look at our Registration Service Standards to see what you can expect from us.
In order for us to ensure we continue to provide the best service possible, we undertake an annual survey covering different aspects of the service. This will help us identify any areas for improvement. Here are the results of our most recent survey carried out in March 2014.
Should you need to contact us in an emergency please call the Council out of hours number on 024 76 832222 and they will contact a registrar on your behalf.
We take payment by card in person or by telephone. We also accept cash, cheques and postal orders. Cheques and postal orders to be made payable to Coventry City Council.