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Bell Ringing Breakfast

May 24 @ 9:45 am - August 6 @ 11:00 am

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DATES & TIMES

May 24 @ 9:45 am - August 6 @ 11:00 am

TICKET PRICING

£58

LOCATION

The Piece Hall

Bell Ringing Breakfast

Step back in time and experience the iconic history of The Piece Hall. This impressive building, the UKs only remaining Georgian cloth hall, was in a different league to other cloth halls, attracting manufacturers and merchants from all over Europe. Its weekly market was ideal for serving the needs of small-scale woollen clothiers, and when The Piece Hall opened in 1779, the bell was rung at 10am on a Saturday morning to mark the start of trade for merchants and buyers. You can now relive this tradition of the past.

Upon arrival at The Piece Hall you will be greeted at the Visitor Centre before heading to The Map Room where you will ring the bell at 10am to mark the start of the trading day, before being presented with a certificate and a Piece Hall guide book.

After working up an appetitie from bell ringing you will enjoy a delicious Blondin’s belly busting breakfast.

After bell ringing you are welcome to explore the Piece Hall at leisure.

Available on Saturday mornings only.

What’s included?

  • A visit to The Map Room to ring the Piece Hall bell to mark the start of trading for the day
  • Presentation of a certificate to celebrate your bell ringing along with a Piece Hall guide book
  • A Blondin’s belly busting breakfast for two guests
  • A tea or coffee per person served in a Piece Hall souvenir mug which is then yours to keep as a memento

 

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Details

Start:
May 24 @ 9:45 am
End:
August 6 @ 11:00 am
Cost:
£58
Website:
https://thepiecehall.digitickets.co.uk/category/33557

Organiser

The Piece Hall

Venue

The Piece Hall
The Piece Hall, Blackledge, Halifax HX1 1RE
Halifax, HX1 1RE
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OPENING HOURS

Please note that on Live at The Piece Hall music gig dates, The Piece Hall will close to the public at 4pm and reopen at 6pm for ticket holders only. Please note the Anne Lister sculpture is not currently on display and will return w/c 25 July.