Meet the course leaders

Neil and Amanda have been married for 30 years. They have two children who are now working and have moved away from home. Both have got married in recent years, so they know all about the practicalities of getting married... read more.

Course dates in Suffolk

Our next course starts on Tuesday 23rd April 2019 and runs for 5 weeks. If you’re currently engaged, or thinking of getting married in the next year, you can register your interest by completing the registration form.


See the full list of course dates.

Sign up for a course

We still have places on the Spring 2019 course (starting in April), simply fill in the form and we’ll be in touch. If you’re interested in attending a future course, we’ll put your details on file and contact you with dates when more are confirmed.

About the course

Whether you’ve known each other ten years or 10 months, choosing marriage is a big step for any couple. Planning a wedding can be a hugely time-consuming task but have you put as much thought into preparing for your marriage? On average, couples spend around 250 hours planning their wedding day but little if any time spent on planning for a successful marriage!​We have a passion for marriage, and want to see couples and marriages in Suffolk thrive. This year we will be running The Marriage Preparation Course at our lovely venue in Woodbridge.


Over 5 evenings the course covers topics such as: keeping love alive, building and maintaining good communication and how to resolve conflict.


The evening starts at 7.15pm and consists of a meal, followed by a series of short talks interspersed with exercises and questions for you to discuss together as a couple. At no time during the sessions will you be requested to share anything with anyone other than your partner.


These sessions allow you to take time out from your wedding planning and give you the time and space to think of the bigger picture and to consider important issues for the future of your marriage.


For full details of the course take a look at the Relationship Central website.


Read more about why we are going 'all out' for love.