Hove Town Hall was opened on 13 December 1882. It was designed in Victorian Gothic perpendicular style and cost £50,000 to build. The first image here shows it in the beginning of the twentieth century.
The second image shows the building a few months before the terrible fire which began in the early hours of Sunday 9th January 1966.
Photograph number three shows the major damage that was the result of the fire which eventually led to the demolition of the building.
You can read about the history of Hove Town Hall here. Can you remember the old Hove Town Hall? Did you attend a function there or go to a concert and listen to the great organ? Do you remember the awful fire? If you can share your memories with us, please leave a comment below.