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Old Town Hall

The government of both the French and English boroughs of Nottingham was carried out in the English borough. When the merchants of the town were permitted to have a Gild to regulate trade they erected a Gild Hall on Weekday Cross: this building became the Court House and Town Hall when the borough had its own mayor and aldermen. By the 18th century the town's growing prosperity meant that the mark…