Elegance and glamour to take your breath awayThe Town Hall is a jewel in Colchester’s crown. From its prominent town centre location, this magnificent Baroque structure with its Victorian tower and statue of St Helena, Colchester’s patron saint, dominates the town.
Bursting with old-fashioned glamour, the Town Hall’s opulent interiors are fully licenced for ceremonies and receptions, offering style and grandeur for all occasions.
Our outstanding function rooms are all beautifully decorated with ornate and original features such as stained-glass windows, oil paintings and murals, and are still used for their original purpose today including Mayoral and Civic events.
The architecture and surroundings are unlike anything else you will see in the area and we would love to help you plan a celebration to remember.
- 20-300 guests
- Vast choice of caterers
- Traditional weddings
- Central location
What you need to knowWith its wide range of stunning interior spaces, the Town Hall boasts a selection of elegant spaces all fully licensed to host wedding ceremonies as well as evening receptions.
The Town Hall is perfectly placed to accommodate weddings of all sizes and budgets. A wide choice of catering is provided and guests will benefit from on-site, town centre parking for up to 60 vehicles.
The grand Moot Hall is the largest and most popular of our reception spaces. Its high-arched ceiling and wealth of natural light that pours through the tall stained glass windows create the perfect setting to capture memories of your special day.
The Council Chamber is ideal for an intimate wedding ceremony. With its painted dome ceiling, pew-like seating and impressive stained glass windows, it evokes the calm and serenity of a church interior. Unique aerial shots of your ceremony can be captured by your wedding photographer from the chamber balcony.
The Mayoral Suite comprises the Grand Jury and West Committee Rooms – with marble fireplace and glistening chandeliers; and the Mayor’s Parlour with its balcony offering a ‘Royal’ photo opportunity looking down over the town below.