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The Mansion House, Bristol City Council
The Mansion House, Bristol City Council

The original Mansion House in Queen Square was destroyed in the Bristol Riots of 1831 and although replaced by a second house in Great George Street, this was closed in 1835 under the drastic economies forced on the City Council by the Municipal Corporations Act. Not until 1874 did Bristol acquire its third and present Mansion House, the gift of Alderman Thomas Proctor. The House was designed by George and Henry Godwin in 1867 and originally named 'Elmdale'.

The Mansion House, Bristol City Council

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The Mansion House, Bristol City Council is managed by Bristol City Council

The Mansion House, Bristol City Council

Clifton Down, Bristol, Bristol BS8 3LJ England

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0117 903 1451

http://www.mansionhousebristol.co.uk

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