Chester Town Hall
The grey and red sandstone, Gothic style Town Hall with its tower and spire rising to a height of 160 feet was completed in 1869. It was opened on 15 October of that year by the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII.
The building still retains its Victorian magnificence and is a prestigious venue available for public hire. We always aim to offer complete flexibility to our customers and we are very proud of the quality of service we provide.
The central location of Chester Town Hall makes it a popular choice for a wide variety of conferences and seminars. To complement the surroundings, and with an emphasis on quality and service, the Town Hall staff are on hand to ensure that functions are organised in a friendly and professional manner. With flexible room layouts and a range of equipment, we can cater for most of our customers' needs.
Facilities and activities
|Council Chamber||With richly carved wood panelling this magnificent room is suitable for all your business needs. A prestigious conference setting that can also be converted to the finest of dining rooms.|
|Committee Room||For smaller business meetings, private lunches and dinners, the Committee Room provides interesting surroundings with its panelled honour boards, combining history with comfort.|
|Assembly Room||Not only the largest but also the most adaptable room in the Town Hall, the Assembly Room allows for furniture and equipment layouts to be tailored to meet your every requirement. Elegant yet ideal for exhibitions, seminars, product launches and corporate hospitality.|
|Palatine Room||Purpose built as a boardroom for the modern executive, it offers a wide variety of facilities for effective presentations, training days and meetings.|
|Magistrates Court||A traditionally styled room, recently refurbished, that can host a wide variety of smaller meetings, seminars and conferences.|
Please contact the Town Hall regarding equipment available.
Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2HJ
- Telephone: 01244 977703
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