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Forty Years Researching at the Warwickshire County Record Office
This article, written in March 1997, reflects on 40 years of research at Warwickshire County Record Office. The author, Revd. Dr. Anthony Upton, and his wife have each continued their research since ...
The Queen Mother Opens the Shire Hall Extension
On this day, Warwick had shined its shoes and brushed itself down to welcome Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother as she came to open the completed Shire Hall ...
Pageant House, Warwick
This handsome building was erected as part of the rebuilding of Warwick after the Great Fire of 1694. It was acquired by Warwick Town Council in order to provide more space for the ...
Coleshill Town Hall
The building of Coleshill Town Hall was completed on 28th November 1925 by John Sumner. His family made their fortune through the Typhoo tea brand, and in 1930 the newly knighted ...
Rugby's Wandering Town Hall
The old Town Hall stood on the High Street. It was built in 1857, with an extension in 1919. The upper floor became a cinema (Vint’s Palace) around 1913. A ...
The Rebuilding of the Shire Hall, Warwick in the Mid 18th Century
Unlike the County Gaol and the House of Correction which adjoined it, as well as St. Mary’s Church nearby, the Shire Hall suffered little damage in the Warwick great fire ...
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