Council Chamber The next room is the Council Chamber.In the Parish Register of 1577 the following entry appears “Upon the 23rd and 24th day of this month of September was reared the house over the prison house”.Corn Market (also known as the Buttermarket) The open space on the ground floor was the Corn Market until the Corn Exchange was built in the High Street in 1852. History of The Guidhall WENLOCK received its Charter from Edward IV in 1468 granting Borough status with very wide-ranging powers, but until 1540 life continued to be dominated by the Priory.
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The timbers had, of course, been cut, fitted and numbered beforehand, so that when the time came for ‘rearing’, all that had to be done was to fit and secure the timbers.
Afterwards they would fill the panels with wattle and daub, and put the windows in place.Visitors to the Guildhall are able to use toilet facilities.Court Room The first room you enter was an active Court Room until 1985.The Club currently has two sides playing in the Shropshire League on Saturdays .The Firsts, captained by Matthew Green in Division Three and the Seconds, captained by Sam George play in Reserve Division Three.Use the mechanism below to search for the best Shropshire Events taking place during your trip.