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Monday, December 22, 2014

Chester Town Hall

Chester Town Hall in Northgate Street opposite Chester Cathedral in the centre of Chester, Cheshire, was completed in 1869.

Chester Town Hall, Cheshire, UK.

Chester Town Hall is constructed in sandstone in the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The building is modelled on the design of the Cloth Hall in Ypres, Belgium. The distinctive central tower has a height of 49m.

Like many provincial town halls across the UK, various rooms are available for hire for such functions as weddings.

Most of the administrative duties of Chester's town hall are now carried on in a modern building opposite Chester Castle.

Chester Town Hall, Cheshire, Britain.

Other attractions to see in Chester include the Roman Amphitheater, the Roman Gardens, Grosvenor Park, the River Dee, St John's Church, the Meadows, and the Rows.

Chester's pubs and cafes include the riverside Boathouse, Ye Olde King's Head and the Victoria at the Cross.

Chester Town Hall
Northgate Street
Chester, CH1 2HJ
Tel: 01244 977703

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