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Too late to go and have a look round inside which was a shame but we did explore externally and will given a chance return and have a real explore inside. Not to be thwarted I did take some pictures around the area - as...More
Popped into here as a stop on the Monmouth heritage trail. Interesting information boards about the Chartists and the assizes held here. Pop down into the holding cell area to see them awaiting their fate. Tiny cells with very little room. Followed most of the...More
Very welcoming young man on the desk at the front. Invited us to explore for free. Display panels tell the story of the Chartist trials and the shocking plight of poor people at the time. There is a lift down to the miserable cells in...More
Was killing time before travelling home after a weekend break and my 13 year old son and I happened upon the Shire Hall and fantastic Old Court Room. We had it all to ourselves and my son had great fun trying on the judge’s wig,...More
Visited with my children on a Saturday morning, we were the only ones there! I was amazed that you could actually go into the court rooms and could sit down on the benches and of course the children had fun up on the stand! We...More
We do not appreciate loud music being played into early hours of the morning during functions on a Saturday night. Surly the music should be turned down after 10 to ensure people living in the surrounding buildings can sleep