Tamworth Town Hall

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Date:30th of May 1938

Description:The Town Hall was built in 1700-1701, and was paid for by Thomas Guy, the MP for Tamworth. The Town Hall was initially used for civic and social functions, and so was an important building for the town. Over the years the hall became too small and was extended on a number of occasions.

A 'Butter Market' was traditionally held in the open area under the Town Hall, and the fire-engine was later housed there until about 1940.

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Creators: Mr Alfred McCann - Creator

Donor ref:FP41.3856.76 (37/6350)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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