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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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NIGHT TERORS: Mandy Lucas, Chris Hirons, Cheryl Neale will be spending a night in the eerie St Mary's Guildhall
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Modern-day Lady Godiva Pru Porretta and the Lord Mayor's former chauffeur reckon there's a whole lot of shakin' going on at St Mary's Guildhall.
St Mary's Guildhall is hired out for wedding receptions and private functions, where live bands and DJs perform.
Pru, who frequently takes visitors and dignitaries on tours of the Guildhall said an inquiry should be carried out to determine the effects of the noise.
She added: "The Guildhall has a minstrel's gallery, but that was for voices singing a cappella, which is a different to a disco.