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Description: Town Hall
Date Listed: 22 April 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 233880
OS Grid Reference: SP5843536809
OS Grid Coordinates: 458435, 236809
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0266, -1.1497
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BRACKLEY MARKET PLACE
SP 5836 1/33 22.4.50.
Built in 1705-6 by Scroop, Earl (afterwards 1st Duke) of Bridgewater, at cost
of £2,000. 2-storeyed ashlar with rusticated quoins, coved cornice and stone
slate hipped roof, in centre of which is a clock tower with an ogee-capped cupola
surmounted by a weathercock of ornamental iron-work. The ground floor east
and west sides have 5 semi-circular-headed stone keystoned windows while in
the 1st floor are five 2-light mullioned and transomed wood windows in moulded
stone frames. In the east and west roof pitches are 4 dormer windows and in
north and south ends of the roof is a dormer window with a broken pediment.
Band at 1st floor. Wesley preached here, 1784.
Listing NGR: SP5843536809
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Source: English Heritage
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