Old Bolsover Town Council

Old Bolsover Town Council

Old Bolsover Town Council is a political/governmental area, within Bolsover (district), representing and administrating the town or urban district of Bolsover. The Town Council has been meeting in the Town Hall on Cotton Street since 1976.

The Townhall has had a chequered history. Built as a Primitive Methodist Chapel, it later transferred to the Salvation Army and in 1911 first became council offices. In 1948 all council functions transferred to nearby Sherwood Lodge, now along with a 1990s extension home to Bolsover (district) Council. The Town Hall on Cotton Street then became the town's first Public Library, a branch of Derbyshire County Library. Following the erection of the new library nearby, it reverted back to its council function as offices for Old Bolsover Town Council.

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