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Plymouth's impressive Guildhall dates from the 1870s, replacing a much earlier guildhall dating back to the 1600s.
It stands prominently on Royal Parade and is a listed English Heritage Building.
It was virtually gutted during the blitz on Plymouth, the city most bombed after London...More
The bar closed at 8.30pm the seats were leftover from the ark and about as comfy as a cactus if it wasn't for the band being outstanding I would have walked out by 9 dont think I will ever be going back.
I had just got off my late train from Exeter St Davids and I asked some locals how to get here and they blanked me so I had to call for an taxi instead and it got me here with minutes to spare as I...More
Expected a little more from the inside with this building. It is beautiful from the outside. There was a funny exhibition when we were there. It was £10 to get in but al kind of model planes, tanks and more stuff where there to watch....More
I love these old municipal buildings; all brass plaques, shiny solid wooden banisters and a 1950's shot at grandeur (within council budget). It's the kind of place where Norman Wisdom would have been called up in front of 'the beak', a representation of post-war optimism,...More
Went to see a friend box in a charity event. The building is stunning, clean and some amazing features with the stained glass and the roof decor.
The boxing was great really well run but the bar service was abysmal!
Having attended the same event...More