Royal Hall, Harrogate, England

This evening, I am reporting on the refurbished Royal Hall at Harrogate which is a large town situated about 22 miles west of the city of York in northern England.

The refurbished stunning interior harks back to the Hall's original opening in 1903. This was a time when spa destinations were popular in Britain due to perceived restorative (health) and recreational benefits.

The Hall is now available for concerts, conferences, corporate and community events.

The discovery of mineral water springs at Harrogate in the 16th century led to rising visitor numbers which in turn propelled the town to a high level of prosperity.

More information on Harrogate can be found via this link.



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