The Corn Exchange, Faringdon

The Corn Exchange, Faringdon
Corn Market

About The Corn Exchange, Faringdon

Located in the heart of Faringdon town, on the corner of Gloucester and Marlborough Streets, The Corn Exchange is a beautifully proportioned hall dating from the 1860s with a superb, vaulted ceiling.

Built on the site of the Green Dragon Coaching Inn, the building opened in 1863 as a farmers’ dealing centre for selling local produce so that some of the transactions in the Corn Market could take place under cover.

Since then, it has had many and varied uses, and today it offers the perfect location for your social and business meetings and events, including parties, exhibitions, charity events, conferences and dinners.

There is a large kitchen, bar facilities and a licence to hold up to 200 people with a seated capacity of 150.

The Corn Exchange is operated by Faringdon Town Council.

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