The Lock-up is opening its doors for the next series of fundraising open days.
On Saturday 15th September you can explore the old Steelhouse Lane cells, which held Birmingham City Centre prisoners for 125 years. View the custody records of some of the former residents and find out about some of our old kit and equipment.
For younger prisoners there are a few fun activities. We have a history quiz, uniform to try on, fingerprinting and lots of pocket money priced items in our shop. You will be let out after your time slot for good behaviour!!
Open day on Saturday 15th September –
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Do you want to learn a bit more about the history of the Lock-up and policing during the past 50 years?
Then why not come to our adult’s only evening tour on the 15th September – 5-7pm.
There will be 4 mini talks on policing included along with a chance to browse the cells, see the museum display and visit the shop to help our fundraising in support of our plans to bring the whole WMP museum to the Lock-up one day.
Evening talk Saturday 15th September 5-7pm
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This year marks the golden jubilee of the Knowle Conservation Area. We were one of the very first areas to achieve this status and it has been very useful in preserving the quality of the centre of the village.
We are marking this anniversary with an event in the middle of the village on Saturday 21st July, with activities and entertainment. More news to come!
This talk will offer some selected links between aspects of medicine and war, with particular focus on the ways in which society has come to remember those we have lost.
Extensive use will be made of illustrations, mainly photographs, and reference will be made to some forgotten heroes who perhaps deserve greater prominence.
In this year of the Armistice Centennial, the story will highlight events in our own community, and the efforts of the Society.
Many will remember Dr Stuart as one of our GPs. He has long had an interest in this aspect of medicine.
THERE WILL ALSO BE A SMALL EXHIBITION OF THE DRAFT PLANS FOR THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE WAR MEMORIAL IN THE CHURCHYARD