David Hardcastle: 120 Years of UK Policing History

April 10, 2024 @ 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm
Keighley Library
£3.50 (free to members)
April’s History Society meeting is open to everyone and will be held at Keighley Library. Retired West Yorkshire Police constable David Hardcastle uses his Mobile Police Museum to tell the story of UK policing, accompanied by a collection of uniforms, hats, helmets, truncheons, handcuffs, and even working 1980s radios. The talk covers the early Victorian period, both world wars, and up to the 21st century. More information at www.themobilepolicemuseum.com
The meeting is held upstairs in the Local Studies Library. Doors open at 7pm and David’s talk will start at 7.30pm. If arriving after 7pm, please use the side door entrance on Albert Street. Admission is £3.50. Admission is free to History Society members, who also have the option of joining via Zoom (Zoom meeting details are sent out via email a few days in advance).

Author: Admin Tim

Tim is a committee member of the Keighley and District Local History Society, with responsibilities for archiving the physical and digital collections, and managing some of the social media channels. He moved to Keighley about 15 years ago and joined the Society to learn more about the area.

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