The Register Office
6a Bugle Street
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023 8091 5327
The Golden Jubilee Room has seating for 55 guests and a provision of up to a further 10 standing.
This room is part of the Register Office at 6A Bugle Street
Bugle Street is situated within the old walled part of the City. This building was part of the King Edward VI School which occupied this site between French Street and Bugle Street. Vacated in 1894, the buildings were then leased by the Corporation for various purposes until it became the offices for Southampton Registration Services.
The Golden Jubilee Room is our main venue room. Recently refurbished with new décor, furnishings and air-conditioned room has seating for 55 guests and a provision of up to a further 10 standing. The main feature to this room is the Millennium stained glass window. Beautifully created by a local craftsman, it shows Southampton's link with the sea and also depicts heraldic shields of prominent families associated with the City's history.
The other unique feature of this room is the glued laminated timber arches. These date back to 1860 and are an historic timber engineering feature. It is claimed that these arches are the oldest existing example in the world.
We are awaiting new photographs of this room, so in the meantime, please feel free to come and have a look. Just ring to check viewing arrangements on 023 8091 5327.
To book this room for your ceremony, please telephone or visit Southampton Registration Services. A non-refundable booking fee of £40.00 is payable at the time of booking.