Be a detective this February half-term

On Saturday 14 January 2012 Havering Museum’s second temporary exhibition was opened by the Mayor, Councillor Melvin Wallace and the Deputy Lieutenant of Havering, Mark Bryant . The day was filled with activites including; retro police cars and bike marking in Romford Market and children’s sessions in the Museum. A wonderful day was had by all involved. Now it is your chance to be a part of the Crime and Punishment exhibition.

Havering Museum will be hosting a range of detective activities throughout February half-term 2012.

Finger Printing, Wednesday 15 February 2012, 1 pm to 2 pm.

Learn about crime detection and finger printing with the Police Cadets.

Become Sherlock Holmes and Solve Cases, Thursday 16 February 2012, 1 pm to 2pm.

Become a time travelling junior detective. Go back in time and discover crimes. Get involved and decide what is the right sentence and punishment.

Become a Forensic Detective, Friday 17 February 2012, 1 pm to 2 pm. 

Get involved in modern day forensics and see how you could solve a crime.

Pre-booking is required for these events. Admission is £3 per person. For more information, or to book, phone Havering Museum on 01708 766 571.

The exhibition exploring law and enforcement in Havering from Saxon times to the modern day will be displayed until Saturday 17 March 2012. For more information on Havering Museum’s Crime and Punishment exhibition, or to book places at our exciting February half-term activities, visit the Museum website, or phone the Museum on 01708 766 571.

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About Havering Museum

Havering Museum is a new independent museum in the heart of Romford. It tells the story of the Borough of Havering through images, text panels and objects. Opening times: Wednesday to Friday: 12 to 5pm Saturday: 11 to 5pm Admission: £2.50 Adult £2.00 Senior Citizen Under-16s free (accompanied by an adult) £15.00 Annual Ticket £12.00 Annual Ticket (Senior Citizens)
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