Felixstowe Town Hall is a fine red brick and tile Victorian building on Felixstowe’s seafront and was built in 1892 for the Felixstowe and Walton Joint Board. It became the main base for the subsequently formed Felixstowe Urban District Council and then the newly formed Felixstowe Town Council which was created upon Local Government re-organisation in 1974.
For a detailed history of the Town Hall, click here.
The Town Hall is the civic and administrative base of Felixstowe Town Council.
Booking the Town Hall
The Town Hall is a great venue for meetings and exhibitions and offers a range of conferencing facilities available including free wifi.
There are two main rooms available:
With a capacity of up to 85 depending on layout, this historic room is able to meet the majority of your business needs.
A smaller room with capacity of up to 65 depending on layout, the Courtroom Gallery can be booked with the adjacent Magistrates’ Room to increase overall capacity to 100.
To book the Town Hall or enquire about availability, please contact Sarah Morrison on 01394 288194 or email email@example.com
The Town Hall is home to the Suffolk County Council Registrar on Tuesdays and Fridays. Meetings by appointment can be made by telephone (0345 607 2050) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . For more details on registering births, deaths and marriages please visit the Suffolk County Council website here.
Weddings at the Town Hall
The Town Hall is a popular and prestigious venue licenced for civil wedding ceremonies with three rooms available to hire for your big day – for more information about Weddings at Felixstowe Town Hall see our weddings page.
The Town Hall also accommodates the Felixstowe Forward team and Suffolk Coastal District Council’s Resort Team.