The beautiful granite Town Hall was originally known as the Market House and is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Penryn. It is thought that some of the stone from the historic ecclesiastical Glasney College was used in its construction and the clock tower was then added in 1839. Penryn is one of Cornwall’s oldest towns, receiving its first charter in 1236.
As you enter the hall, you are led up the granite steps through double doors in to the bright main room. The space looks stunning when decorated simply with flowers at the windows that line both sides of the room.
Penryn Town Hall is an approved premise as a venue for marriages under the Marriage Act 1949 and as a venue for Civil Partnerships under the Civil Partnership Act 2004. In addition to this, the Town hall is licensed for other civil ceremonies such as naming ceremonies and the renewal of Civil marriage vows.
We want you to feel relaxed on your special day so our volunteer Councillors will guide you through the process and be there to greet you with a smile. Our venue is perfect for a quiet and small affair or a larger ceremony, seating up to 80 people.
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Penryn Town Hall
Higher Market Street
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