Eastbourne Town Hall designed by Birmingham architect W Tadman-Faulkes, was built in 1887 in traditional Victorian style. The main feature of the building is the 130 foot high clock tower. Outside a magnificent stone portico greets you, while inside the main entrance hall features original terrazzo flooring and a grand staircase. A stunning stained glass window on the half landing provides the perfect backdrop for your photos.
Eastbourne Town Hall offers you the choice of three beautiful ceremony rooms:
* Mayor's Parlour
* Council Chamber
* Court Room
These three ceremony rooms provide the ideal setting for any ceremony.The Court Room is the only ceremony room located on the ground floor. Both the Mayor's Parlour and Council Chamber are located on the first floor; accessed by the grand staircase. There is a very small lift available for those that may need it. If you or your guests have accessibility needs it is best to discuss these prior to booking your ceremony to ensure that your chosen ceremony room will be suitable.
Free on street parking is available in the surrounding areas and paid parking is available at Eastbourne Train station car park.
Eastbourne train station is a 10 minute walk away from Eastbourne Town Hall.
Please ensure that you and your guests arrive in plenty of time it is important that the ceremony begins on time.
To book a ceremony contact us on 0345 60 80 198.
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Mayor's Parlour (capacity 30)
The Mayor's Parlour is a circular room with a beautiful domed ceiling, located on the first floor within the bell tower of the historic Town Hall. It can accommodate up to 30 people; two ornate sofas provide seating for 6-8 guests. This room is particularly suited to a more intimate occasion.
Council Chamber (capacity 60)
A beautiful oak panelled room, adorned with paintings and portraits. Steeped in history and furnished with rich red carpet and chairs. Featuring a central aisle with seating for 60.
Court Room (capacity 80)
The largest of the three ceremony rooms. The Court Room decorated in blue and cream, boasts two elaborate chandeliers, features a central aisle allowing entrance in a traditional manner with seating for 80.