Local Registrars

A death must be registered within 5 days of it occurring by a near relative or executor. When you’re registering a death, an appointment must be made with a local registrar for it to be registered. This can be done at any of the local registrars below.

Registering a Death

Please note: Procedures at local registrars have temporarily changed in light of the limitations imposed by the pandemic. All appointments to register deaths are currently being held via phone, with the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death being emailed directly from the hospital (or doctor) to the registrars. The registrar will then contact the next of kin (with the exception of Nottinghamshire where the next of kin needs to book an appointment for a phone call) to register the death over the phone. Green certificates are emailed directly to the crematorium or cemetery and us. Copies of the death certificate are paid for over the telephone (£11.00 per copy) and then posted out to the informant.

Worksop Registration Office Gainsborough

Worksop Registration Office

Worksop Registration Office, Memorial Avenue, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 2BP
Book an appointment: 01909 535300

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