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Woolwich Town Hall is the seat of Royal Greenwich's local government, but this magnificent listed building also reflects the Royal Borough's long and rich history.
Inside the Wellington Street entrance is a beautiful ornate hall, the Victoria Hall.
For many years, this has been the place where mayors have greeted guests at ceremonial functions. The Victoria Hall is also used for exhibitions and counting votes at elections.
On either side of the main staircase, there are memorials dedicated to Civil Defence volunteers and council staff members who lost their lives during WWII.
There are fine examples of stained glass windows by Geoffrey Webb in the Victoria Hall. These windows show some of the Royal Borough's eminent residents and notable events, such as Charles I visiting Woolwich to see his great ship The Sovereign of the Seas in 1637.
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