Join us for our easy going ride this Saturday looking at criminal justice buildings in London

This Saturday, 28 November 2015,  join us on our latest easy going ride around the London cityscape.

Join us for a fascinating ride around some of London’s criminal courts and police stations from lowly Magistrates and Police courts up to the grandeur of the Supreme Court.

Our ride will include a former high security court now used as a Buddhist centre, an Italianate Police station, and stables for police horses in the Moderne style. It will take in several examples of the work of the prolific Victorian Police architect J Dixon Butler and his predecessors, many of which were still in use as courthouses until recently.

The ride will take place on Saturday 28 November 2015 – meet 10am at the Southwark Needle, Tooley Street, SE1 2SY – (outside the Evans Cycle Shop, Southern side of London Bridge). 

We will finish at around 4pm at the same place. No need to book – just turn up, if you need to contact the ride leader Ed Houghton tel 07889 186595

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