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guildhall

1. Brit
a. the hall of a guild or corporation
b. a town hall
2. the meeting place of a medieval guild

guildhall

A place of assembly for a society of craftsmen or merchants for their mutual assistance; an outgrowth of similar medieval organizations or guilds.
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and (below) who got married in a Gothic-style wedding at St Mary's Guildhall on Halloween and (above) and (left) some of the guests in their masquerade ball outfits at the quirky celebration
The Guildhall became the centre of civic life in Swansea - not only housing council discussions in its ornate, leather and gleaming wood debating chamber but also accommodating the area's law courts while the Guildhall's Brangwyn Hall became the centre for arts and culture.
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Two centuries later the Guildhall adjoined the hospital and by 1665 it had expanded and a new Town Court was built.
Today the modest 22-year-old, who made her acting debut aged 12 in a production of The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe at Woolton's St Julie's high school, thanked parents Joan and Victor for their support and financing her successful audition to gain a sought-after place at the Guildhall.
At Mold Crown Court, Davies admitted that on May 29 he communicated false information - that there was a bomb liable to explode at the Guildhall.
The bar keeper was burned at the stake in Market Square for heresy in 1612 and spent his final days in the Guildhall cells.
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Tim Malby, managing director of Earlplace, said the company's broad based experience would be a massive help to Guildhall Estates.
The Guildhall retains its Town Court (Assizes) and 17th Century civic centre where the business of the town was administered.
Maria has studied in Italy, at the Guildhall School of Music in London and more recently at the Conservatoire in Amsterdam.
The massive refurbishment of Guildhall Square, Waterloo Place and adjoining streets is due to be officially unveiled at a ministerial launch in September.