We are hosting our first EVER concert in the Lock-up on May 12th - book your tickets now before they are all gone!
Former West Midlands Police officer Martin Sewell, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2009 and subsequently had to leave policing in 2016 due to the disease, set up a choir as a Parkinson’s therapy group. Now the Solihull Pop Chorus are coming to the Lock-up, where Martin worked 30 years ago, in the first ever concert held at this location.
Tickets are £10 on a first come, first serve basis, with all money raised going to the Force Heritage Project to convert the Lock-up into the permanent home of the Police Museum, and the Solihull branch of Parkinson’s UK which supports those suffering from the disease. There will also be a raffle and refreshments sold to raise money for those two causes.
There will be a concert at 2pm and one at 7pm, with doors opening an hour before the start for visitors to have a look around the Lock-up. Each event is two hours long with a break in the middle for refreshments.
Contact Museum@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk to book your ticket