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Albert Hall, Witton Road, Aston - European Union sign

After passing the Christ Church Baptist Church, I found this building right next to it on Witton Road. It is Albert Hall, dating from 1899.

 

I don't know much about it, but it was probably named after Prince Albert (the late as of 1899 Prince Consort of Queen Victoria).

 

The restoration project was partially funded by the European Union. By the European Social Fund.

 

Currently occupied by Kajans. Kajans Womens Enterprise

 

European Union sign.

 

The building was erected in 1899. It may have originally been built to serve as the Magistrates Court for Aston (Aston didn't join Birmingham until 1911).

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Taken on January 8, 2010