Photographer's Note

The Moot Hall in Daventry stands on the north side of the market square next to the Plume of Feathers inn. It was built in 1769 as a meeting place from ironstone and has had various uses over the years, including town council building, a women’s prison, the mayor's parlour, town museum and tourist information office and in recent years as an Indian restaurant. The building, which is currently unused, is of two and a half storeys, and has three bays of windows. The main entrance and its porch is on the western elevation where the building is connected to a house built in 1806. The original staircase from the Moot Hall is now installed at Welton Manor House.

Taken from a somewhat longer article about Daventry on Wikipedea.

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