Chipping Campden Town Council

Serving the people of Chipping Campden

Quintessential Cotswolds Copyright Betty Stocker

Town Clerk: Mrs Jo Harrigan
Old Police Station, High
Street, Chipping Campden
Gloucestershire GL55 6HB

Chipping Campden Town Hall

Chipping Campden Town Hall and War Memorial Green

Chipping Campden Town Hall and War Memorial Green

Chipping Campden Town Hall is an outstanding Grade II* listed building and has stood in the middle of the Town's High Street since the 13th Century. Over its lifetime, the building has served the Community as a place of commerce, gaol, school, fire station, reading room, residential accommodation, Town Council office and Community Centre.

Its listing by Heritage England states the following:

Remodelled 1897 and incorporating late mediaeval and C17 features. Said to include material from a Norman chapel of St Catherine dedicated 1180. Coursed rubble with Cotswold stone roof. Two storeys. Three bays. Irregular fenestration. Two restored first floor windows and 2 probably C17 windows below on south side, also 2 mediaeval buttresses with tracery panels, low-shelter pentise over, small door to left. West gable has lunette to gable and vase at apex of verge. North front has blocked first floor windows, 3 blocked 2 light windows on ground floor with moulded heads and a blocked door. East front has entry lobby to first floor and verges with side pinnacles and ogee capped belfry.