Posted On: 11 May 2018

The Piece Hall Trust are delighted that the Halifax Civic Trust have honoured The Piece Hall's transformation project with a Heritage green plaque. Nicky Chance Thompson CEO, Councillor Tim Swift and Mark Hopton (LDN Architects) attended the Halifax Civic Trust AGM to receive the award on the 10 May 2018.

Nicky said “Its wonderful to see The Piece Hall receiving so much recognition for its brilliant transformation designed by LDN and delivered by CMBC and for the Trust’s achievements in the nine months since opening. We are very grateful to the Halifax Civic Trust for giving The Piece Hall this important recognition”

Halifax Civic Trust chose The Piece Hall as one of the winners of its 2018 awards – alongside Princess Buildings and Square Chapel – after being impressed by the Georgian building’s transformation into a modern venue with improved access and links to the rest of the town, new heritage and learning spaces and a stunning courtyard for events and performances.

The Mayor of Calderdale, Cllr Ferman Ali, presented the award to The Piece Hall team at Halifax Town Hall during a civic reception in the Mayor’s Parlour.


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