The Piece Hall
The Grade I listed Piece Hall, Halifax is one of the most stunning buildings we have ever seen and its a privilege to be part of such an Historic and cultural phenomenon.
Dating back to 1779, this beautifully designed Georgian building started off as a Cloth Hall for the trading of ‘pieces’ of cloth.
The building became a little run down in recent times and was closed in 2014. On Yorkshire Day (1st August) in 2017 it reopened after a £19M renovation and today is occupied by independent shops, cafes, restaurants and a wine bar.
Find out a bit more about The Piece Hall here