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RIPLEY TOWN HALL

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Building dated 1880 by a date stone, it was built as a market hall but in use as a town hall before 1948. It has three storeys and a hipped roof and was constructed from brick with a hipped roof. To each side there are three tall windows that rise up in to fanciful gables. The Town hall was built on the site of a much older dwelling known as The White House. At the time of the survey in 1991 there was a planning application to demolish the building and build a drive-in resturant.

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