|Tavistock Links:||Goose Fair (1997)||Balloon Fiesta 1997||Balloon Fiesta 1998|
|My year as Town Mayor (1999-2000)||Town Crier Championship (2000)||Tavistock Country Show - May 2000||Beating the Bounds - May 2000|
|The Tavistock Steam Fair||Russian Brass Buskers 2004|
The Town Hall, built in 1860 by the Duke of Bedford, stands on the east side of Bedford Square.
On the second Wednesday each October, the square is filled with the fairground rides and stalls of the annual Tavistock Goose Fair.
The Bedford Hotel, seen across Bedford Square from the north-western corner of the Town Hall
About the middle of this picture is the site of the Abbot's tomb, uncovered during water company's works during the Summer of 1977.
Tavistock Abbey covered this area from the 10th to the 16th centuries. Today, the Parish Church stands just out of shot to the right of this picture.
The Parish Church of St Eustacius, viewed from the Town Hall
Duke Street, the main shopping street, looking east from Bedford Square
Duke Street from one of the market arches
Pepper Street from Duke Street
Updated 28 February 1998
New links 28 May 2000, 27 May 04