In 1885, the first Mayor of Morley, Joseph Scofield held a competition to design a new town hall for the people of Morley, having recently gained borough status. The winning design clung firmly to the tradition of the late 19th century, drawing on inspiration from most other buildings of the time, being unabashedly neo classical.
Over it’s grand history, Morley Town Hall has played host to Queen Elizabeth II, has been the recording site for Grimethorpe Colliery Band’s album and the occasional filming of Emmerdale. And now, it’s graced with a beautiful Wilton Carpet.
Drawing on the classical styling of the building and interior theme, the bespoke carpet design is based on a Persian rug style, pulling in the rich, jewel tones from our Dimensions palette and creating an opulent, timeless feel with intricate pattern detail. This is a 7×11 quality carpet offering the highest level of under-foot comfort and durability even in very high traffic areas.