Join us at Bow Street Police Museum on Monday 1st November to hear the story of the Bow Street Runners and the Metropolitan Police officers who patrolled the streets of Covent Garden. From eighteenth century crime fighting to the closure of one of London's first police stations in 1992, learn the fascinating tales of Bow Street and its unique links with police history.
There will be a brief presentation followed by a tour of the recently opened museum at 23 Bow Street, London, WC2E 7AW.
We have two time slots available 6.30 - 7.45pm and 8 - 9.15pm.
Tickets include wine, soft drinks and canapés.
Please sign up for one time slot. Places are limited so please book early. You must register in order to attend - there will be no admittance 'on the door'.
Young Conservative: £15
This event is organised by the St. James's ward of our Association.
All event bookings are subject to our standard terms and conditions, which you can read here.