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The Medieval Hall Public Consultation

The Medieval Hall Public Consultation

We want to hear from you! The Dean & Chapter of Exeter Cathedral have the opportunity to acquire the Medieval Hall, an adaptable space suitable for a wide variety of uses, including music events, educational classes, talks, social activities and much more. We would love to hear your thoughts on this exciting opportunity.

About the Medieval Hall

The Medieval Hall is hidden behind the half-timbered façade of No. 9 Cathedral Close and is one of the most remarkable medieval sights in the South West of England. The 15th century roof of the Hall is almost a copy, in miniature, of the great hammer beam roof at Westminster Hall in London. To find such a thing in Exeter is remarkable. The Hall’s use as a Law Library dates to the end of the 19th century when the Hall was sublet to the Exeter Law Library Society, but it has been known by that title ever since despite the fact that it no longer serves that purpose. The Hall is currently unoccupied and covers 518 square feet. It is a Grade 1 listed building and a scheduled monument.

Let us know your thoughts on the exciting opportunity to acquire the Medieval Hall by completing our quick online survey.