The Town Hall At Abingdon

The Town Hall At Abingdon

This very elegant town hall sits in the centre of the town of Abingdon-on-Thames in Oxfordshire. The town was once in Berkshire and until 1867 was the County Town. The town hall, now a Grade 1 listed building was constructed between 1678 and 1682. It was designed to house the county courtroom above a sheltered market space. Both the master mason, Christopher Kempster and the clerk of works, John Scarborough were associates of Sir Christopher Wren whose influence can be seen.

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Ian Lewis | The Town Hall At Abingdon
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