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About the Town Hall

Dawley Town Hall is located at the top of New Street in Dawley and can also be found by turning right at the bottom of Dawley High Street. The Town Hall has been a community venue since 1873 when it was originally a Temperance Hall. Great Dawley Town Council has been committed to refurbishing this building of local, historical significance and its facilities to serve the local community.

Dawley Town Hall
New Street, Dawley, Telford TF4 3JR Shropshire, UK
01952 567910


Feature windows

The three large windows at the top of the Town Hall were bricked in several years ago, but it was decided to reinstate them to their original glory in 2017 to restore the building to its original design.


Dawley Town Hall offers a large catering style kitchen which was formally a small kitchenette area, which was not suited to the capacity of the building.

The kitchen is now ideal for any private hire, corporate or community event thanks to funding awarded by Telford & Wrekin Pride in Your High Street grant.


Electronic blinds were installed into the main hall funded through the Big Lottery Dawley Flix Project in 2017 to allow for a better cinematic experience. New vertical blinds were also installed into the reception area of Dawley Town Hall.


In March 2019 the bar facilities at Dawley Town Hall were upgraded to a fully functional bar from the previous mobile bar. These new facilities have improved the appearance of the Main Hall and the operation of the bar during functions. ​This project was funded as part of the £75,000 Veolia Grant.


In January 2019 the toilets at Dawley Town Hall were refurbished, the female toilets have increased from two cubicles to four and the decoration in keeping with the history of the building with a slightly modern feel. The disabled/ baby-changing toilet has also been awarded Stoma Friendly by Colostomy UK. This refurbishment was part of the £75,000 Veolia Grant.

Heating, Door Retainers & USB Sockets

In March 2019 the Heating System at Dawley Town Hall was upgraded as part of the Telford and Wrekin Council – Telford @ 50 Legacy Grant. The Town Hall has two new boilers and all new radiators within the Main Hall to improve the heating up of the large building. Door Retainers were fitted to the main hall and kitchen doors at Dawley Town Hall.

These allow for the doors to be left open and not be a fire risk as they automatically close when the fire alarm sounds, they have been a great addition to the facilities. Dawley Town Hall has also had USB Sockets installed within the Main Hall all these updates were part of the Telford and Wrekin Council – Telford @ 50 Legacy Grant.

Floor & Roof

In April 2019 the floor as Dawley Town Hall was repaired as part of the £75,000 Veolia Grant. The floor become to look worn and tired and the repair saw the replacement of some boards but a full sanding down and waxing from a professional company giving it a better appearance.

As part of the £75,000 Veolia Grant the roof at Dawley Town Hall was repaired in November 2018, the roof had a small leak in the top corner of the main hall which has now been repaired.


Dawley Town Hall Link & Annex

The Annex is now linked to Dawley Town Hall providing secure access to one or both sites, featuring a kitchen, private toilet, meeting room & reception area. The building now open for Community Groups and local organisations reaching out to Dawley Residents. If you would like to find out more about Dawley Town Hall Annex please contact Sarah on 01952 567910 or find out more about it here.

Dawley Town Hall Solar Panels

Great Dawley Town Council declared a Climate Emergency as part of a Council Meeting back in April 2021, to acknowledge that the Town Council committed to being more sustainable now and in the future. Working with Telford & Wrekin Council and other partners, the Town Council have been delivering many projects to hit this head on.

To date, the Town Council improved its community buildings by upgrading the windows, heating systems, loft insulation, LED lighting and smart meters for energy usage. As Dawley Town Hall is hired/used by the community regularly, we wanted to include them in the consultation of potential projects to help us be more sustainable. It was suggested that Solar Panels on the roof of the building would reduce the cost of energy bills and that money could be redirected to the community; either by improving the buildings further with more enhancements, keeping hire costs to a minimum or to fund projects within the wider community to benefit the local community.

Fast forward to November 2021, and we now have our solar panels in place and moving us forward with our sustainability plans. We were very grateful that the project has been assisted by the Marches Renewable Energy (MarRE) Grant Scheme.

The project received £10,447.50 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas like us stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regeneration.