Edwardian back elevation of the old Town Hall.
Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-
"The Town Hall, Market place, erected in 1892 from the designs of Messrs. Meeke and Bramall, architects, at a cost of £3,250, and enlarged in 1908 under the direction of Mr. S. Parker, borough surveyor, at a total cost of over £7000, is a structure of red brick and stone, the ground floor of which is used as a market hall, and the upper portion as a council chamber and corn exchange, it is also used for public meetings, musical entertainments &c"
Front elevation facing Market Place suffered bomb damage during the war and was rebuilt.
"The Town Hall, located in Gainsborough's 1908 town hall, is a restaurant and entertainment venue.
It was rebranded from The Sands Venue (closed 2012) after a change of ownership, and it reopened in 2016"
DB 29 December 2018