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MOOT HALL

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Tower house built in the early-mid 15th century for Sir Robert D'Arcy. Three storeyed and brick-built, the plan comprises two intersecting rectangles with an octagonal stair turret to the north east angle of the front range. Acquired by the Borough Council in 1576 and subsequently used as a courthouse. Alterations were carried out during the late 18th/early 19th century and circa 1900. Used as a police station from 1836. Now Town Council premises.

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