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Richmond Town Council Services

Inside the Town Hall bookable venue space

Town Hall Hire

Contact the Office to make an enquiry regarding booking the Town Hall.

Available to hire,  maximum number of people permitted to use the Town Hall is 100, disabled access and wc.

Check the Events page for regular classes/coffee mornings available to the public

Town Hall set up for a Civil Ceremony

Weddings

Licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies. Contact the office for further information

Richmond Town Hall, situated within the Market Place in the very heart of this delightful and historic market town is a very beautiful building dating from 1756.   The Town Hall is a truly romantic venue for civil weddings.

The Old Courtroom, situated within the Great Hall, is flooded with natural light and provides a wonderful position for the signing and internal wedding photography. The Hall comfortable seats 100 guests and the ambience and acoustics are excellent for your ceremony.

Snowy view of Richmond Castle

Christmas Lights

Richmond Town Council organise the Christmas Lights around the Market Place and streets of Richmond.

Fireworks

Firework Display

Richmond Town Council organise the annual Firework Display each year

Unfortunately, due to Government Guidelines regarding Coronavirus the 2020 Firework Display has been cancelled.

Friary Gardens on Queen's Road

Grass Cutting

Richmond Town Council now have taken over the responsibility of the grass cutting within Richmond.

The image shows Friary Gardens on Queen's Road and we also fund the planting of the flowerbeds.  All the maintenance of Ronaldshay Park also comes out of our budget.

close up of flowers

Floral Decorations

Richmond Town Council organise and fund the tubs and hanging baskets around the Town.

Businesses in the Town can apply to purchase a hanging basket by contacting the Office.  Watering through the summer is provided free of charge.

St Mary's Parish Church

St Mary's Parish Church

Richmond Town Council maintain the grounds of St Mary's Parish Church.