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Civic Buildings

A civic building is a central landmark in the geographical or business centre of a town or city. They are frequently the pride of a district and foster a strong local, regional and national identity, as well as providing public services and having a positive impact on a neighbourhood.

Civic buildings include libraries, town halls, concert halls, public squares, government buildings, schools and landmarks such as bridges. They are linked by their strong architectural styles and they’re ideal for formal events such as weddings, gala dinners, receptions and high-profile conferences.

There are some stunning old civic buildings that have gained a new lease of life as event venues, from assembly halls to guildhalls. These are dedicated function spaces that are available all day, every day. But some of the UK’s fastest growing cities, and those that have undergone substantial regeneration in recent years, also boast some beautiful, stylish, contemporary new civic buildings that can be hired for events.

Many work with preferred caterers and suppliers to assist event planners. Whilst their city centre locations make them very easy for guests to get to. It also means they are surrounded by a wealth of accommodation options.

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