STOP Labour from selling off Altrincham Town Hall

"The Labour run council have put Altrincham Town Hall on the list of disposable assets and your local councillors are doing nothing to stop it.

Sign our petition and STOP Labour selling off Altrincham Town Hall. The Town Hall is one of many items on Labour's disposal list, which leaves this wonderful, historic, public and well used building open to being sold to the highest bidder!

This beautiful building has been a feature of the community since 1901 and is set in the beating heart of Altrincham next to the historic Market Hall. Our town hall is one of the very few venues still available for community use, widely used for weddings, parties, funerals, events and many community meetings - busy most nights.

"The building was designed by Charles Albert Hindle after he won a design competition run by The Manchester Association of British Architects. The building was designed in red brick with stone dressings at a cost of £7,500 and officially opened in November 1901".

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Save Altrincham Town Hall | Trafford Conservatives

The seven sites on the Labour Council's disposal list for sale/lease are:

  • Altrincham Town Hall
  • Friars Court
  • Hale Library in Hale
  • Altair in Altrincham
  • Former Partington Library site off Central Road in Partington
  • First floor of former Altrincham library off Stamford New Road
  • Review of leases on town centre assets at Stamford Quarter and Stretford Mall


Please support us to stop the sale of this important building

It must not be up for grabs to the highest bidder, or worse 

transferred to a long term rental agreement taking it out of community use.

Sign our petition NOW!


Save Altrincham Town Hall

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1.1 Do you think Trafford Council should be selling Altrincham Town Hall?
1.2 Do you Agree with the local Conservatives that this historic Town Hall should be kept for local community use?
1.3 Would you like to be kept up-to-date on which community assets the Labour council are planning to sell off?