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    Heritage Open Days, Thu 11 - Sun 14 Sep 2014, free entry

    Fordwich Town Hall, Canterbury

    Fordwich Town Hall, Canterbury



    Built in 1544 during the reign of Henry VIII, this brick and timber framed building was once used as a court room and jail. The Town Hall is still used by the present Town Council for meetings, and it is the oldest and smallest still in use.

    An historical audio-visual commentary can be viewed in the Undercroft throughout.

    Partial wheelchair access.

    Event details

    Dates Times
    Thu 11 - Sun 14 Sep 2014 13:30 to 16:00
    Partial wheelchair access: ground floor and audio visual presentation.


    Free entry



    See location of Fordwich Town Hall on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

    Map reference: TR 179597  Lat: 51.29507 Long: 1.12543

    The historic Town of Fordwich lies on the Great Stour river, about two miles east of Canterbury, just south of the A28 road to Thanet, close to Sturry. Bus and train links to Fordwich and Canterbury are good.

    Parking: free


    Partial wheelchair access.

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