Guild Hall, Bull and Mouth Street, Huddersfield

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Reportedly opened in 1838[1] and privately owned, it was situated between the Ramsden Street Congregational Chapel and the Bull and Mouth Inn. The Hall is marked as "Guild Hall (Sunday School)" on the 1890 Town Plan

The building was demolished to make way for the Huddersfield Public Library and Art Gallery.


Notes and References

  1. Before the Town Hall: A Short Guide to Huddersfield's Early Civic Buildings (2011) by David Griffiths (PDF).

Guild Hall, Bull and Mouth Street, Huddersfield


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This page was last modified on 27 June 2017 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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