Moot Hall handover seals the end of historic council
4 April 2009
17th century Bedford recreated for day of family fun
History came to life last Sunday as the ancient Moot Hall in Elstow was handed over to the new unitary council.
The Sealed Knot Living History Group recreated life within a 17th Century military camp at the time of the English Civil War on Elstow village green to celebrate the hand over of the timber framed market hall from the now abolished Beds County Council to Bedford Borough Council.
Read the full article on the Bedford Today website.
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