Chipping Campden Town Hall
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.