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The St Helens Register Office service point is currently based at Wesley House, Corporation Street, St Helens, WA10 1HF.
In England and Wales all births must be registered within 42 days, and deaths within five days. St Helens Register Office can register births and deaths that occur in the borough, and offer advice for those that occur elsewhere.
Registering a birth is by appointment only. Please call the council’s Contact Centre on 01744 676789.
Registering a death is currently being completed over the telephone. Please phone 01744 676789 or await a call from the register office.
Further information on our services is available below.
In England and Wales, a death must be registered within five days.
Until further notice, registering deaths will be completed over the telephone. Please phone 01744 676789 or await a call from St Helens Register Office.
Read more about registering a death.
In England and Wales all births must be registered within 42 days. We offer guidance and support to parents who need to register a birth that has occurred within the district of St Helens. We offer advice to any parents who need to register a birth that has occurred elsewhere.
Please ensure you bring your baby’s red book to your appointment as this holds vital information about mother and baby.
Registering a birth is done by appointment by calling the council’s Contact Centre on 01744 676789. You will normally be offered an appointment in the next two days.
Registering a death - until further notice, registering deaths will be completed over the telephone. Please phone 01744 676789 or await a call from St Helens Register Office.
Couples who wish to marry or form a civil partnership and live within the district of St Helens must make an appointment to see the Superintendent Registrar for St Helens regardless of where the ceremony is taking place, with the exception of Church of England weddings.
Legal notice of the intention to marry or form a civil partnership must be done more than 28 days before the ceremony takes place. Some later appointments are available up to 5.30pm on alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You can book an appointment to give notice of your intention to marry or form a civil partnership, and reserve your date online.
Certificates are available from St Helens Register Office by post or online.
Family history records held at St Helens Register Office date from 1837 to the present day.
The newly refurbished ceremony room can hold up to 60 guests and is available Monday to Saturday. For larger parties the Council Chamber, with its historic décor, will comfortably accommodate up to 100, available on Fridays and Saturdays up to 5:30 pm.
For those couples who just want to keep things low key, there is also the statutory Register Office ceremony room suitable for four people only and is available Monday to Thursday at 9:30 am.
The move will see the service take advantage of the historic Town Hall building’s interior, with new spaces available for elegant wedding ceremonies.
If you are considering the Town Hall as your chosen ceremony venue, please do not hesitate to contact us for a viewing, subject to availability.
Did you know you can use the Town Hall to celebrate a milestone in your life? Not just for anniversaries such as a silver wedding but perhaps you have been through a tough time, or maybe because you married abroad and now wish all your family and friends to see you celebrate your love for each other with a renewal of vows.
We also offer a naming ceremony, which is a non-legal way of giving your child a name and celebrating their life with all your family and friends.
Both types of ceremony celebration can be held in the Ceremony Room at the Town Hall for up to 60 people, Monday to Saturday until 5.30pm.
St Helens Town Hall hosts monthly citizenship ceremonies for candidates who are obtaining British nationality. We also offer a private citizenship ceremony for those who do not wish to attend a group ceremony.