The Old Court Room, the Council House, North St, Chichester

The Council House is a Grade II listed building steeped in history in the heart of Chichester City Centre.

The Old Court Room is situated on the ground floor of the building and as the name suggests, was originally used as a Magistrates Court.

It is one of four rooms for hire in this building, which include the Assembly Room.

Room size: 11.5m x 5.5m

Capacity is for 60 persons seated or 40 persons plus tables.

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