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Rugby Town Hall
1 1959-61 by J C Prestwich and Sons. ‘Alas it is quite dead architecturally’. Portico and two neo-Georgian wings.
Rugby Town Hall which was built during the 1960s. It is situated on Corporation Street, Rugby.
Rugby Town Hall, High Street, Rugby
1 The old town hall is on the site of the former Elborough School and almshouses. It was built on this site at a cost of £7000 when the ...
The site of the old town hall of Rugby which was built during the Imperial period. The town hall was situated in High Street, Rugby. It was replaced in the 1960s by a new town hall in Corporation Street.
Leamington Town Hall, The Parade
1 1883-4 by J Cundall. Red brick and brown stone. Tudor features and Baroque ones. Commanding, asymmetrically-placed tower with domed cap. 2 Superseded the Old Town Hall (PRN 2404). Still in ...
Leamington Town Hall was built during the Imperial period to replace the Old Town Hall and it is situated on The Parade, Leamington Spa.
Old Town Hall, High Street, Leamington Spa
1 Old Town Hall (Police). 1831. Stuccoed brick. Very modest in size, but with two giant fluted columns in antis. 2 Superseded in the late 19th century by the new Town ...
Old Town Hall was built in 1831 and when a new town hall was built later in the century it became a police station. It is situated on the High Street, Leamington Spa.
The Parthenon, Bath St, Leamington Spa
1 No 52 Bath Street. The Royal Assembly Rooms were erected. The upper part consisted of a luxurious ballroom and the lower rooms were fitted up as a ...
A Civic Centre, that comprised a dance hall, was built in the Imperial period and has been used for various purposes including a Music Hall. By 1873 it was used as the reference library and in 1979 the lower floor housed a supermarket. It is situated on Bath Street.
The Courthouse, Warwick
1 The present building was built in 1725-8 by Francis Smith. It is of stone, 5 bays long, 2 storeys high, rusticated throughout. The ground floor has round ...
The Courthouse was built between 1725 and 1728 on the site of a Post Medieval civic centre, though meetings of the corporation were held here until 1926. It is situated on the corner of Jury street and Castle Street, Warwick.
Warwickshire County Emergency Centre, Shire Hall, Barrack Street, Warwick
1 Warkickshire County Emergency Centre located at Shire Hall, Warwick. Moved there in 1966 when Shire Hall was built. Formerly the civil defence control centre was beneath the ...
The Emergency Planning Centre for the county. It is located in Shire Hall, Warwick
Medieval Guild Hall, Stratford upon Avon
1 The Guild Hall dates from 1417 and now forms part of the Grammar School premises. The ground floor, once the hall where the Guild met is currently used ...
A Medieval guildhall which is now in use as a school. It is situated off Chapel Lane, Stratford upon Avon.
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