The Court House

The Ballroom, Council Chamber and Anteroom

The Ballroom provides the most magnificent backdrop for weddings, it is also ideal for conferences, community events and meetings for up to 100 people.

The Council Chamber is the perfect venue for smaller meetings and dinner parties. The Anteroom is ideal for small informal meetings.

Our events team are on hand to ensure your event runs smoothly and is extra special. Please contact the team to discuss your requirements and arrange a viewing on or 01926 830808

Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum

The Museum covers the history of the Warwickshire Yeomanry from 1794 to 1956 with a collection of uniforms, weapons, medals and memorabilia.

The Warwickshire Yeomanry together with the Worcestershire Yeomanry (Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars) took part in the Affair of Huj on 8th November 1917 – the last classic unsupported Cavalry Charge of the Great War in Palestine immortalised by Lady Butler’s painting which is on display in the Museum. One of the 75mm Krupps Guns captured that day is also displayed in the Museum. The Regiment fought with distinction in both World Wars.

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Unlocking Warwick

Unlocking Warwick is the name of the Court House volunteer group, helping to make the restored building a hub of community activity as it was in the past.  The volunteers stage events in the ballroom, such as the ‘In the Ballroom’ talks. They run free Court House Tours of the building and its surrounds during the summer. You can also find them helping out in the Visitor Information Centre, talking to visitors and passing on their wealth of knowledge of the town.

Remembering the Warwick Fallen from both World Wars

The Warwick War Memorial in Church Street has the names of the men and one woman, who lived in Warwick and died in both World Wars.  Information about each of The Fallen has been entered from various official records and from information provided by family and friends.   If you have further information, be it letters, photographs or anecdotes relating to the Warwick Fallen please send an email to the War Memorial project leader Christine Shaw

Or you can leave photos and info at the Visitor Information Centre in the Jury Street Court House, clearly marked ‘Unlocking Warwick’ and with your address, so that we can copy material and return it to you.

Warwick Town Council

The historic town of Warwick is the County town of Warwickshire, and has a population of over 30,000. It has many sights of interest to visitors, including  Warwick Castle, Lord Leycester Hospital and the Court House.

Warwick Town Council’s main responsibility is to promote and watch over the particular interests of Warwick consisting of 15 members elected from five wards every four years.

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