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Council Chamber (Chichester)

The Council Chamber is an attractive and important building in the historic cathedral city of Chichester.

It is situated in North Street, one of the four main streets following the Roman street pattern.

The building dates from 1731, and has a Classical facade and Ionic columns, while the Assembly Rooms were added to the rear about fifty years later. They served the function of a courthouse until 1940.

The Neptune and Minerva Stone is set into the wall. This was discovered in 1723, and came from a Roman temple on the site.

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