- Change of name deed
- Citizenship Ceremonies
- European Union Settlement Scheme
- Registration Corrections
Find information you need to register a birth including:
- Who can register a birth
- Where you can register
- Information needed to register
- Re-register a birth
- Naming ceremonies
Find information you need for marriages including:
- Places to hold your ceremony
- How to give notice of marriage and civil partnership
- Ceremonies abroad
- Renewal of vows
- Dudley wedding planner
- Wedding stationery
Find information for deaths, funerals & cremations including:
- Registering a death
- Life Celebrations and Civil Funerals
- Burials and graves
- The Black Country Coroner
- Bereavement services and charges
Coronavirus - FAQs
The Register Office remains closed to the public, however we are working and you can still contact us using the contact form below, by email or by telephone. Comprehensive information can be found on our website.
We are registering deaths and stillbirths by telephone appointment. You do not need to attend the register office to register a death. We are adhering to Government guidance and will update this information as and when the situation changes.
You can go online to www.dudley.gov.uk/register-a-birth to book an appointment to register a birth. These are being done outside the register office in 'kiosks' through the registrars windows, keeping everyone safe.
The Government announcement 31 October 2020) prevents all marriages and civil partnerships from taking place between 5 November and 2 December. Further advice will be issued for ceremonies due to take place after this date.
We are emailing all of our couples who are affected by this announcement with further information and are happy to reschedule any bookings.
We are not taking any new bookings for ceremonies to take place during 2020.
We are currently taking urgent notice appointments for marriages and civil partnerships only.
If you are marrying or registering a civil partnership in more than 3 months time, you do not need to give notice yet. In line with government guidance, this should be deferred to a later date when it is safer for all.