About Women's Institute Hall
This grade 2 listed building stands out with its yellow brick and grey slate roof. Former the Corn Exchange, this impressive building now serves as the Women's Institute Hall.
Formed in 1915, the Woman's Institute was originally intended to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. However, amongst other things, their role has grown to helping women gain educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills.
|Address:||21 West Street|
Womans Institute meet at: Wednesday 2.15pm
|Categories:||Community, Exhibitions, Markets & Shows|