Visit to the Guildhall Bury St Edmunds and talk 'A Life in Crime'

Thursday 7 March 2019

A visit to the Guildhall in Bury St Edmunds for a talk in the Court Room by retired judge and author, Malcolm Knott, about his career in the law and of the many cases he has been engaged which give an insight into the criminal mind. After the talk, there will be refreshments of tea and cake which will be followed by a guided tour of the Guildhall. Dating back to 1279, it is the oldest continuously-used civic building in Britain and has the only surviving World War Two Royal Observer Corps Control Centre. The cost is £17 per person.


The programme for the afternoon is;

2.00pm: Meet in the Court Room at the Guildhall (Guildhall Street IP33 1PY). There is a large car park at Ram Meadow (Cotton Lane, IP33 1XP – charge £2.30). The car park is a 1 km walk from the Guildhall and takes about 12 to 15 minutes.

2.15pm: Talk by Malcolm Knott on ‘A Life in Crime’.

3.15pm: Refreshments – tea and cake.

3.45pm: Guided tour of the Guildhall.

Download the Invitation Notice for further information on the event.

For those attending, you may be interested in taking up the offer from our committee member David Rees, who is a Blue Badge guide, for a guided tour of Bury St Edmunds starting at 11am at the War Memorial on Angel Hill. Spaces are limited for this morning tour so early booking is recommended. Good mobility and sensible walking shoes needed

Please complete the Online Form below or download the Invitation Form if you wish to pay by cheque.

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