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Interesting as part of a visit

When in Braintree, it is worth taking in as part of a general exploration; visit Braintree Museum... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2018
Bruce R
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Sudbury, United Kingdom
Friendly Staff

On every visit the staff have always been very helpful and pleasant. This is a pretty building... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2017
Gemma G
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Braintree, United Kingdom
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2 Jan 2018
“Interesting as part of a visit”
18 Sep 2017
“Friendly Staff”
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Town Hall Fairfield Road, Braintree CM7 3YG, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The town has a market on Wednesday and the stall holders steal all the blue badge places so anyone disabled has to walk 0.5 / mile. There is really nowhere to have a decent coffee unless you plan to get a mortgage out for a...More

Thank Unknown U
Reviewed 2 January 2018

When in Braintree, it is worth taking in as part of a general exploration; visit Braintree Museum and discover the interconnecting history. Courtauld was responsible for the Town Hall, and he was part of the Hugenot families that brought silk-weaving to Braintree[Don't miss Warner's Silk...More

1  Thank Bruce R
Reviewed 18 September 2017

On every visit the staff have always been very helpful and pleasant. This is a pretty building in the heart of Braintree, and is good for weddings. As it is in the town centre and there are no gardens for wedding photos but there is...More

Thank Gemma G
Reviewed 5 August 2017

As most people in Braintree I only get to really visit the Old Town Hall when accosted by those lovely ladies armed with clipboards outside Tesco's under the promise of sampling the likes of crisps or a new breakfast product. The function room host many...More

Thank Simon V
Reviewed 25 May 2017

These rooms are really special, Not very large, but absolutely ideal for a small/medium function. There are kitchen facilities, but outside caterers are required. It is possible to hire more than one room, which we did; using one for canopies and a larger room for...More

Thank DrMIkeG
Reviewed 15 February 2017

A magnificent building in its own right. Go to see the original portraits of Bartram and Courtauld, the men who made modern Braintree. The Council Chamber is a wonderful room, with its set of historical murals of Braintree District. No longer a source of tourist...More

Thank Retyree
Reviewed 12 December 2016

Excellent location, lovely building, lovely atmosphere, great staff. We attended a family wedding at the Town Hall, which is now the towns Registry Office for civil ceremonies. It is a lovely old building with lots of character and a great staircase for capturing photos of...More

Thank Jonathan T
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Great council office and they really try to help you enjoy the town centre, not your usual town hall.

Thank AlistairJO
Reviewed 30 December 2015

While walking around in Braintree you cannot miss this beautiful building. It is well kept and the charming clock strikes every 15 minutes. It is a beautiful ring and strikes on the hour. The library is next door and Has its own charm. There is...More

5  Thank Elizabeth B
Reviewed 13 December 2015

Fancied popping in and having a look around the town hall. Whilst it was a short visit it was lovely to see a piece of unspoilt history. Well kept

2  Thank ljcuk01
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