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Crime & Punishment

May 29th 2017 14:00 to 15:30

Salisbury Square Hertford

Discover the darker side of Hertford’s history on this guided walk and hear about witches, murder and highwaymen.

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As the county town the assizes were held in Hertford and the town was home to the county gaol for centuries.  On this walk through the dark history of Hertford hear about murder most foul, the last witch and the only judge to stand trial for murder.  We will also meet highwaymen, and the first woman from Hertfordshire to be transported to Australia.  And we will discover where the gaols, pillory and the stocks were located.

This walk will start promptly in Salisbury Square at 2 pm.
Advance booking is essential.

Tickets and information available from: 
Hertford Town & Tourist Information Centre
10-12 The Wash, Hertford, SG14 1PX
T: 01992 584322, E: tic@hertford.gov.uk

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