Banbury Town Hall

Banbury Town HallThis fine Victorian Gothic Town Hall, designed by the local Architect E Bruton, is the fourth Town Hall to be constructed in Banbury.  

This historic building has an abundance of character and was first opened on 24 October 1854 and in 1860 a Clock was added to the Tower.


Please view the Banbury Town Hall website here 

The Town Hall is centrally located in Bridge Street in the centre of town, making it an ideal venue.  Banbury benefits from good transport links, being on junction 11 of the M40, served by Chiltern Railway between London and Birmingham, plus nearby parking.

As well as housing the Town Council Offices, there are a number of rooms available for hire.

Ground Floor

First Floor

Function Room

Grand Main Hall

Interview Room

Committee Room


The Town Hall is available for hire for family functions, weddings, conferences, training sessions, meetings, charity use, commercial sales, events, etc.

For presentations there is a lectern, screen and digital projector together with staging which is available to hire in sections. 

A Duty Manager will be available at every booking to assist hirers.  The Town Hall is disabled friendly with a ramp at the side of the building, lift and toilet facilities.

The Town Hall is available to hire 7 days a week, so please contact us for more information or to check availability on 01295 250340.

Once dates and times have been checked and confirmed, a provisional booking will be made, and upon receipt of the completed Application Form the booking will be confirmed.   Payment for the hire is due 14 days prior to use.  If no payment is received bookings will be cancelled.

Please click here for an Application Form.

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