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The clock tower an the top of Cowbridge's town hall was presented by the Bishop of Llandaff in 1836. The town hall itself, dating from Elizabethan times, was until 1830 a prison, when, financed by public subscription, it was converted to its current purpose to replace the town's guildhall which was demolished around the same time.

Clock tower, Cowbridge
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