moot hall


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moot hall

A place of public assembly; a hall for meeting, debate, or judgment; a town hall.
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Brampton, meanwhile, hosts its own C-Art Festival weekend on September 16-17 with pop-up exhibitions, craft demonstrations, an art and antiques trail and an art exhibition celebrating the 200th anniversary of the town's Moot Hall.
But computer geeks Lee Bishop and Connor Graham did not realise they left behind electronic fingerprints and pleaded guilty to the offences at Newcastle Crown Court sitting at Moot Hall.
A sentencing hearing at Newcastle's Moot Hall was told Webster's wife had tragically died in 2013 and his second marriage, in 2014, had lasted only a month.
After the judgement was handed down at Newcastle's Moot Hall, Pc Rathband's sister Debbie Essery and his twin Darren hit out at the force.
After the judgment was handed down at Newcastle's Moot Hall, PC Rathband's sister Debbie Essery and his twin Darren hit out at the force.
2 STEP INTO THE TOWN'S PAST VISIT the small museum in the timber-framed Moot Hall and discover more about the town's past.
His widow Kath told the inquest at Newcastle's Moot Hall that her husband had several affairs with women, but his last with Lisa French, a survivor of the London bombing, ended their marriage.
Close to the seafront is the Moot Hall - the town's old meeting place, which now houses a museum.
Close to the seafront is the Moot Hall - the town's old meeting place, which dates from the 16th century and now houses a museum.
Starting and finishing at Moot Hall, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, the walk takes in everything the unspoilt coastline of Aldeburgh has to offer, from its historic buildings to its stunning views and wildlife, and is said to be perfect for both experienced and new walkers.
On November 9th, 1908, Aldeburgh's councilors gathered in the timber-framed Moot Hall, a few yards from the North Sea.