All Saints Church, Sawtry

WEDDING COSTS

Statutory Parochial Fees for weddings are listed on the ‘Table of Parochial Fee list – 2019’ as issued by Ely Dioceses and are reviewed annually. The church fees shown below are set by All Saints’ Church PCC and are reviewed annually.

The Parochial Fees due are those applicable at the date of marriage not at the date of the wedding being booked.

The church fees are mandatory (except where indicated) and are in addition to the appropriate statutory parochial fee.

Banns of Marriage & Certificate of Marriage - Parochial Fees 2019

£30   – Publication of banns of marriage

£14   – Certificate of banns issued at time of publication (If marrying in another parish)

£4     – Certified copy of entry in marriage register at time of registration

£14   – Certified copy of entry in marriage register (If required at a later date)

£455 – Marriage Service in church

Weddings – Church fees 2019

£95 – Organist (If required)

£30 – Use of organ or piano by your own musician (If required)

£42 – Verger (£53 if attending the rehearsal)* #

£42 – Sound system & operator (£53 if attending the rehearsal)* #

£11 – Power & Lighting (May to September)

£53 – Power, Lighting & Heating (October to April or if requested during autumn and spring)


For all weddings, a non-refundable deposit of £100 is required on booking, to confirm the date in the church diary. Payment of the balance is due 4 weeks prior to the wedding date.


Payment should be made to All Saints' church current account as follows:


Electronically to:

CAF Bank: Sort code 40-52-40 Account number: 0002 8644 (Name: Sawtry PCC)


Or by cheque made out to: Sawtry PCC


*Note1:  The fee for the sound system and operator covers the use of our sound amplification system, radio, hand and stand microphones, hearing loop, all music in addition to the organ, display of any photos, slides and for an operator to select, switch and adjust the microphone sound levels during the service and operate the computerised AV system.  


# Note2:  The verger and / or sound operator will normally both attend the wedding rehearsal.



Revised by Sawtry PCC, 114 January 2019