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TOWN HALL

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CHAPEL OF ST ANDREW
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An 18th century town hall on the site of a 13th century chapel. The town hall was built in 1785-6 by William Tyler (architect) and James Hamilton (mason). The brick building is of 2 storeys and T-shaped in plan, with an arcaded ground floor which originally accommodated an open market. The clock tower and cupola were added in circa 1805. The Chapel of St Andrew is known to have been in existence by 1268, and was demolished in 1785. Listed.

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