Yeadon Town Hall

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Coordinates: 53°51′57″N 1°41′05″W / 53.8657°N 1.6846°W / 53.8657; -1.6846

Yeadon Town Hall in June 2018

Yeadon Town Hall is a Grade II listed community building in Yeadon, West Yorkshire, England. The town hall however no longer plays a major civic function since Aireborough Urban District was merged into the City of Leeds but it was retained by Leeds City Council. The town hall seats around 600 people and was renovated in 1999.[1] The building was designed by architect William Hill and built between 1889 and 1890. It is of two storeys, with a frontage in the French Gothic style. At the centre of the main front is a two-stage clock tower.[2] The hall has been used as a location for Yorkshire Television programmes.

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