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Queen's Hall, Hexham


The Queens Hall and Town Hall Buildings on Beaumont Street in Hexham were built in 1866. Today the building hosts the Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Library and Tourist Information Centre. The building first became used as an arts centre in 1983 and was run by the local authority until 2001, after which it has been managed by the charitable organisation: Queens Hall Arts. This is a Grade II listed building.

Hexham Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hexham 1866
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The Queen's Hall

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Queens Hall and Town Hall Buildings, Hexham, England

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Hexham, Queen's Hall

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QUEENS HALL AND TOWN HALL BUILDINGS - Hexham - List Entry
- "1865-66. Architect John Johnston. 2 storey ashlar building, exuberant in French style. 3+5+3 bays. Centre part has central bay projecting slightly under pediment set into parapet. 2 round ...

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Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham
- "Queen's Hall Arts (QHA) is the charitable company that manages the venue, Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham and provides an art service to a large part of rural ...

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Hexham, Queens Hall 2000 [0016-033]

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Hexham, Queens Hall 2000 [0016-032]

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Hexham, Queens Hall 2000 [0016-031]

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Hexham, Queens Hall 2000 [0016-030]

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Allendale 2000 [0016-012]

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List number: 1042607
List grade: 2
Post code: NE46 3LZ
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY9353464000

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