Ceremony Suites - Cumbernauld

Cumbernauld lies at the centre of Scotland on the classic shortest route between Forth and Clyde

Cumbernauld derives from the Gaelic name Cumar-nan-Alt Meaning the Meeting of the Waters. The development of road and rail transport in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries highlighted Cumbernauld's central position resulting in the establishment of a New Town in the late 1950's.

Cumbernauld is centrally located between Glasgow and Stirling just off the A80.

Bron Way Ceremony Suite

The Registration Office is situated on the ground floor within the Council Offices, Bron Way, Cumbernauld. Access to the office is through the buildings main reception area where staff are available to direct the principal party and guests into the office. A disabled toilet is situated off the main reception. There is ample parking available outside the office including dedicated disabled parking spaces.

The ceremony suite is tastefully decorated accommodating a maximum of 12 guests. The floral arrangements and frosted window within the suite provide the ideal backdrop for photographs.

There are many scenic areas in and around Cumbernauld providing ideal locations for photographs following your ceremony.


New Town Hall Ceremony Suites

The New Town Hall in Bron Way, Cumbernauld was established in 1995 incorporating two ceremony venues designed with modern interiors.

The Craigieburn Suite is situated on the ground floor and can accommodate 85 guests. The Beechwood Suite is located on the first floor accommodating a maximum of 150 guests.
Located within the building are two dressing rooms, available to the principal party prior to their ceremony.

The front entrance of the Council building offers the use of a ramp for disabled access. A lift and disabled toilets are available within the premises. Parking is permitted within the Council office car park.

Photographs may be taken at the New Town Hall. Alternatively, there are many scenic areas in and around Cumbernauld providing ideal locations for photographs following your ceremony.

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