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HODs - Morpeth Town Treasures

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HODs - Morpeth Town Treasures

19 Sep 2019

HODs - Morpeth Town Treasures

14:00 - 16:00 Morpeth Town Hall

The Civic Suite will be open in Morpeth's Town Hall.

This year's Heritage Open Days will include an opportunity to see the Council Chamber and the Town Treasures in the Mayor's Parlour. 

There will also be the opportunity to Meet the Mayor, Cllr Alison Byard, and Deputy Mayor, Cllr David Bawn, and enjoy free tea or coffee and a selection of delicious cakes supplied by local businesses.

Morpeth's treasures include the silver mace from 1604 - the oldest working civic mace in the country, cannon balls from the 1644 siege of Morpeth Castle and the Town Hutch from 1513. Also the scold’s bridle (or ‘branks’) which was given to gossips or scolding wives.

No booking required

Access: There is both lift and stair access to Mayor's Parlour and Council Chamber which are on the 1st floor of the Town Hall building.

Part of the Morpeth Heritage Open Days programme 2019 coordinated by the Greater Morpeth Development Trust