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This grade I listed monument was designed by Ellis & Woodward and built by Lot Jackaman at a cost of £7,000.

It stands on the site of The Shambles (or market) which occupied three sides of the site. The Corn Exchange opened for business in July 1862. The floor in the hall was inserted in 1969, and there are now shops on the ground floor. These premises were refurbished in June 2010.

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Tax Equality Day

Valid on 13/09/2018 [Expired]

In a bid to highlight the benefits of a VAT reduction across the hospitality industry, all J.D Wetherspoon outlets in England, Wales and Northern Ireland* will be cutting the price of all food and drink by 7.5% for one day only!

*Offer includes only food and soft drinks in Scotland.

Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

Punk IPA Now Available on Draught

Published on 18/04/2018 [Expired]

Punk IPA was the beer which kick-started BrewDog’s revolution – and now it’s being rolled out on draught across our pubs.

Come and celebrate the arrival of one of the nation’s favourite craft beers on tap at your local Wetherspoon!