Enjoy tea and cake in Chief Constable's garden
Essex Police Museum in Chelmsford is inviting the public along
for tea and cakes on Sunday, August 21, 2011.
Within the beautiful surroundings of the Chief Constable’s garden,
visitors can enjoy refreshments and discover more about the history
of Essex Police Headquarters between 11am and 5pm.
Children can take part in the garden nature trail and adults can
book a guided tour around the Edwardian buildings.
Museum curator Becky Wash said: “The Chief Constable’s garden is
more than 100 years old and many people don’t realise that these
old buildings, which now house offices, were once home to many
“Our tea party is great for all ages - adults can relax in the
garden or visit the museum’s displays and children can have fun and
exercise on the Bronty Play Bus or have their faces painted.”
Entry to tea party, Essex Police Museum and guided tours is
Spaces for the tours are limited and will be allocated on a
first-come, first-served basis. For those unable to book a tour,
leaflets and audio guides explaining the history of the buildings
will be available.
For more information about the tea party or to book a tour,
contact Becky Wash via email at email@example.com
or on 01245 457150.