Gighesbore is mentioned in the Doomsday book
Robert de Brus founded Guisborough Priory
Guisborough given permission to hold a weekly market by King Henry III.
A disastrous fire broke out, leaving a lot the Prior needing to be rebuilt.
King Henry VIII orders all monasteries to be closed, including Guisborough Priory.
The Chaloner family owns Guisborough town and much of the surrounding land.
Work on the Town Hall begins on the remains of the medieval tollbooth.
Admiral Thomas Chaloner inherits the Guisborough estate, making many contributions to the town.
The second floor was added to the Town Hall. Guisborough Roman Cavalry Helmet found.
The second floor was added to the Town Hall.
Town Hall is used as a magistrates court for petty sessions.
Buchanan and Richardson solicitors hold offices in the Town Gall until 1920.
The Town Hall is used by various solicitors and business before falling into the hands of a pub company that got into financial trouble.
The Town Hall is given Grade II listed status.
The Town hall becomes vacant and left to ruin.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council purchase the building at auction.
Guisborough Town Hall Gateway CIC is formed by members of the public with a vision of restoring the Town Hall to its former glories and becoming a great asset of Guisborough.
£1.1 million of funding is secured from National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Work starts on restoring the Town Hall.
Documents dating back to the 16th Century, some bearing the seals of King James I and King Charles I, found during the restoration of Guisborough Town Hall.
All works are completed and the Town Hall is open again for the public.