Fordwich Town Hall, King Street, Fordwich, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 0DB

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.

Opening Times

  • Thursday 10 September: 1330-1600
  • Friday 11 September: 1330-1600
  • Saturday 12 September: 1330-1600
  • Sunday 13 September: 1330-1600

Booking Details

No booking required

Directions

Opposite the Fordwich Arms Public House

Organised by

Canterbury Society

Date last modified: 2nd July 2015 at 06:12

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