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    Wells Town Hall is situated in the market place and the building is very much a hub of the community covering an eclectic range of events and functions. 

    The Perfect Venue

    As well as being used for Council meetings, the Town Hall hosts many public and private occasions such as music concerts, balls and craft fayres. Weddings and civil partnerships regularly take place at the Town Hall in one of the available three rooms (Main Hall, Parkes Room or the Mayor's Parlour).

    Local Services

    There is a Council Access Point within the Town Hall on Wednesday and Friday; click on the link for more information including opening hours: 

    Since the start of the pandemic the Citizens Advice Bureau are not operating face to face at the Town Hall; click on the link for current contact details: 

    A Historic Landmark

    The Town Hall is a landmark of historic interest featuring hundreds of years worth of trinkets & furniture, including the Millennium Tapestry - This is located in the waiting room for all to enjoy.  There is no charge.  Just let us know on the Reception Desk that you wish to view it and we will gladly help.
    For more information please see the Community section of our tourism website for Wells at Visit Wells Somerset.

    Accessibility & Procedure

    The Town Hall has full disabled access throughout the building including a Changing Places facility to the rear. There is parking reserved for the use of this facility immediately outside the Changing Places entrance.

    We are a Plastic Free venue - Here at Town Hall, we are conscious of the global plastic problem. Single-use plastic creates a high carbon footprint when being created, and can take 100’s of years to break down into microplastics, polluting our soil and waterways. This is why we have removed single-use plastics from our ways of working, and have banned single-use plastic from events held within Town Hall. All recourses such as cups, cutlery and plates must be compostable or reusable.

    View the Fire Evacuation Procedure at the Town Hall

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