Tickets are now on sale for two different history talks in April:
On Saturday 13th local historian Kay Hunter will be delivering his popular capital punishment talk, including the story of Night Watchman Robert Twyford, whose attempted murder in 1806 led to the last public hanging in Birmingham. These talks normally sell out so if you are interested get your tickets quick! Click here:
And on the 27th April (after the open day) we will be hosting retired Inspector Jim Pointon, who will entertain you with tales of policing in the 1950s and 60s. Those of you who have heard Jim speak previously during our short talks will know his talks are very interesting and amusing. A must see!