Garstang is a small town just outside of Lancaster in Lancashire.
Excellent communications links, The Lancaster canal, the River Wyre and more recently the nearby M6 have all helped the prosperity of this market town with a population of around 5000.
The town hall, was rebuilt in 1754 It was topped with a timber cupola with a clock.
A fire in 1938 destroyed the roof, bell tower and clock, which in due course were replaced.
The Town Hall clock had major repairs in 2005-6 at a cost of £16,505.
Local Garstang website