Repair works at a North East town hall are nearly complete as roofs, windows and the clocktower have been renovated.

Stockton Borough Council (SBC) has released pictures showing the latest progress on maintenance works at Stockton Town Hall.

The council has said the project is nearing completion as the clock face was reinstalled on Thursday (April 11).

They added the works are expected to be complete in early May.

The Northern Echo: Stockton Town Hall clock face reinstalled on April 11 Credit: SBC

SBC also confirmed part of the roof has been replaced, and the next step in the development will see a number of windows refurbished.

A council spokesperson said: “Maintenance and repair work to the Stockton Town Hall, roofs, clock tower and windows are nearing completion as many of you will have noticed the clock face was reinstalled yesterday.

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“During the conservation work, structural timber and masonry repair works have also been made to the clock tower, while leadwork to the clock tower roofs and the spire have also been replaced as part of the repair works.

“Sections of roof tiles have been replaced, and lightning protection has been installed too.

“The next steps will be a refurbishment of a number of the town hall windows, and to reassemble the clock mechanism.”