Selby Town Hall

Selby Civic Society

stimulating public interest in, and caring for, the beauty, history and character of the town and its surroundings

Selby Town Hall

Selby Town Hall

This former Primitive Methodist Chapel of 1862 and later a tyre-fitting workshop, the building was extensively restored and is now the Town Hall, home to Selby Town Council. 

Also used as a cinema and Art's Centre, it is regularly open for films, concerts, National Theatre screenings and meetings.

It was awarded a "Good design" plaque by Selby Civic Society in 1998 for restoration of a prominent building in the town.

Click on this link to see more details of the history of the Town Hall .

The Town Hall website is here

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