The gentle restoration of a Great Hall
The Grade-I listed Great Hall in Winchester, built in 1220 as part of the city's castle and remodelled in the fourteenth century, re-opens to the public on 23 May after a £300,000 lottery-funded restoration by Hampshire County Architects.
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