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March Town Hall on Market Day

This building was designed by W. T. Unwin in the Renaissance style, built in red brick with stone dressings at a cost of £3,000 and was completed in 1900. It was originally described as a "Corn Exchange. The design involved an asymmetrical main frontage with eight bays facing onto the Market Square. A 110 feet (34 m) high tower was erected in the bay to the right of the centre. it features an arched doorway with a paired-pilaster surround in the first stage, a narrow round headed window in the second stage, a French door and a balcony in the third stage, a clock in the fourth stage and, above that, there is a spire surmounted by a bell turret and a statue of Britannia.

March Town Hall on Market Day