Neston Town Hall is in the centre of Neston and is available for public or private events.
The Town Hall was originally completed in 1889 for the Neston Local Board, which became Neston-cum-Parkgate UDC in 1894, then, in 1933, Neston Urban District Council. A detailed history of the early days can be found in Neston Past.
In 1974 the UDC was replaced by Ellesmere Port & Neston Borough Council, and in 2009 this was replaced by Cheshire West & Chester Council. At the same time, Neston Town Council came into being. The Town Council is now based in the Town Hall. The building was extensively refurbished in 2005, with improved access, modern facilities, a revamped post office and a town centre office for the police. The building was further improved in 2015.
Neston Town Hall remains at the centre of the Town of Neston and is still the hub of local activities: the basement, once used as the drill hall, houses part of the regular market every Friday. The first floor houses the local police. A number of activities takes place weekly from Martial Arts to Zumba.
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Cheshire West & Chester Council’s team has moved from the Town Hall to Neston Library. The customer service team deal with enquiries for concessionary travel, housing repairs and council tax and benefits: Monday – Friday 8.30 am – 5 pm. Plus Dane Housing Officer has also moved to the Library.