March 18, 2020 2.40 pm This story is over 18 months old

Council puts restrictions on registration ceremonies due to coronavirus

No more than two people at a time are to visit the registration office for appointments

New restrictions have been put on registration services by Lincolnshire County Council.

The authority has confirmed that appointments with the service to register births, marriages and deaths are still going ahead, however, have made the following restrictions.

  • No more than two people to visit the registration office
  • Anyone who is self-isolating under government should not attend a registry office, however, they can ask others to register events on their behalf

Those unable to attend appointments are asked to contact the service as soon as possible, while those completing marriage or civil partnership that are more than six months away should delay visiting until within that time frame.

Registration ceremonies are still taking place the authority’s registration offices and licensed venues.

Venues outside the council’s control are asked to contact families which may be affected as soon as possible.

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