Lutterworth Town Hall, situated in the Market Square at the heart of Lutterworth, is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1836. It was built to provide a community meeting place for the people of Lutterworth, which it does to this day. The Town Hall is a Charitable Trust run by a Committee of local volunteers who are committed to maintaining and improving this important building as a community facility.
As well as providing a venue for Civil Weddings that is full of character and Regency charm, this historic building provides the local people, organisations and charities with an ideal and flexible meeting place for a wide range of activities including meetings, coffee mornings, social events, clubs, concerts and parties.
The upstairs HANSOM ROOM, which has both stair and lift access has a capacity for up to 100 people.
The DENBIGH ROOM, on the ground floor, is an ideal meeting room for up to 30 people.
On the ground floor there are Ladies and Gents toilets, both with disabled facilities, plus a modern fully fitted kitchen.
There is a small car park outside the Town Hall and a large car park (pay and display after 1 hour) in Station Road just a short walk from the Town Hall
The Town Hall is the only venue in Lutterworth licenced to hold civil marriages and civil partnership ceremonies The Hansom Room on the upper floor (with lift access) is a light and open room providing an elegant venue for you and your guests.