The Brunner Guildhall is a Grade II listed building located in Winsford, Cheshire.
The Guildhall was built at the end of the nineteenth century mainly due to the efforts of Sir John Tomlinson Brunner, who was MP for the Winsford area at that time (see Sir John’s Wikipedia page here).
The Guildhall was officially opened on 4th November 1899 by Sir John – a ceremony attended by many people from Winsford and beyond.
Since then, the Guildhall has been used by various individuals, groups and organisations – most recently it has been the home to the Citizens Advice Bureau in the town.
The Town Council (which holds the Guildhall in trust for the people of Winsford) is currently seeking views on what the building should be used for as part of a major project designed to restore the Guildhall.
As part of listening to the views of anyone who is interested in the building, the Town Council is holding an open day in conjunction with the community of Winsford on Saturday 14th April 2018.
The open day will be a chance for anyone to visit the Guildhall, take a look around, ask questions and put forward their views on how the building should be used in the future.
Further details can be found via this link – the open day will take place between 10am and 4pm on 14th April 2018.
In the meantime, if you have any views on the building and its future use, or any other issue relating to the Guildhall, please contact Mark Bailey, Town Clerk on (01606 593582) or email at email@example.com