Suffolk - Visit to Guildhall and a talk on 'A Life in Crime'

Suffolk - Visit to Guildhall and a talk on 'A Life in Crime'

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  • Bury St Edmunds

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Hosted by the Suffolk Cambridge Society
Thursday, 7 March 2019 - 2.00pm GMT
Open to: 
Alumni and guests

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Suffolk Cambridge Society for their upcoming event at The Guildhall, 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. Malcolm sat for many years as a Recorder in the London and Suffolk Crown Courts.

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 tour will cover the history of the building and its unique principal rooms – The Court Room and Banqueting Hall, the Royal Observer Corps Operations Centre Headquarters, the Tudor Kitchen, the external courtyards and gardens.

Booking information

If you would like to attend this event, please use the booking form on the link below.

£17 per person


The Guildhall Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1QB
United Kingdom

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