Please note that all information will be dealt with according to the GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018. We use the information collected in this form in order to process your request for holy matrimony; to enter the details of your wedding into the legal parish wedding registers, which are secured on the church premises; and to transmit these details onward to the local Registry Office. If you choose to opt in to further contact, we may retain certain information in order to advise you about activities or services in the parish church when relevant and appropriate. We do not share information with third parties. You have the right to review and determine what we do with information we hold on you.

Street address, P.O. box, company name, c/o

City

State / Province / Region

Postal / Zip Code

Best number to reach you, please.

Please note: this date is a request only at this stage. Although we make every attempt to honour your request, we cannot guarantee a given date until one is confirmed directly by the clergy or office staff. If you would like to discuss available dates before submitting this form, please feel free to ring on 07813 264 429

The law requires that, to be married in the Church in Wales, at least one of the couple must either (a) live in the parish, or (b) have a qualifying connection to the parish, or (c) be a regular worshipper in the parish church and entered on the church's electoral roll. A qualifying connection, as described in the Marriage (Wales) Act 2010, is (a) that you were baptised or confirmed in the parish, (b) that you or a parent formally lived for at least six months in the parish, (c) that you or a parent formerly habitually attended worship in the parish for at least six months, or (d) that a parent or grandparent had been married in the parish.

If one of you lives within the parish, skip this question. If you answered "no" or "not sure" to the question above, please answer this question, and we will be happy to have a chat and discuss with you the best way forward.

If one or both of you live outside the parish, you will need to have banns called in your own parish church and present us with a certificate of banns (supplied by the parish priest there) before your wedding date, usually at the wedding rehearsal. Giving us this information helps us to point you in the right direction.

If you are unsure, please just put the address(es) concerned, including postcode.

The marriage of non-British nationals who are normally resident in the parish should not be a problem; however, some foreign nationals will need to be married by licence, rather than banns, and this information helps us to ensure that your marriage will be legally valid.

Information required for the marriage registers.

NB: not current age.

The law requires us to list your legal father's name (if known) on the register entries. Unfortunately, we cannot list stepfathers.

If your father is retired or deceased, please list his former occupation.

Information required for the marriage registers.

NB: not current age.

The law requires us to list your legal father's name (if known) on the register entries. Unfortunately, we cannot list stepfathers.

If your father is retired or deceased, please list his former occupation.

Clergy evening office hours are 18:00-19:00 on a Thursday evening for St. John's & St. Mary's, and 18:00-19:00 on a Wednesday for St. Andrew's & St. Philip's. There is no requirement to meet at this stage; we will be in contact shortly about the next steps. However, you are most welcome if you would like to meet up to discuss any aspect of your wedding or application. Please pick a date below, and we will come back to you shortly either to confirm or to suggest alternatives.

We may wish to congratulate you on our social media streams. May we have your consent to do this? We promise that we will NEVER share your personal information with 3rd parties.

We may wish to contact you later in order to advise you of activities or worship services that may be appropriate or relevant to the newly baptised or their family, or to congratulate you privately on the anniversary of the baptism. Such communications would be only very occasional at most, and we promise that we will NEVER share your personal information with 3rd parties. May we have your consent to do this?

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