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Local companies support the ‘Law and Order… More Beer Festival’ at the Galleries of Justice Museum


Beer drinkers from across the county will come together on Sat 24 September for a free festival organised by the Galleries of Justice Museum. On offer at the festival, which will take place in the courtyard and original police station at the Galleries of Justice Museum, will be thirty ales and eight ciders all expertly selected by CAMRA. Those attending will also be able to enjoy food, live music and ghost tours around the museum which has previously been voted the most haunted building in the UK.

Now in its fourth year, the ‘Law and Order… More Beer Festival’ will be sponsored by Alea Casino and local company APH Electrics Ltd.

Steve Glynn from Alea Casino said: “We have supported the beer festival since it started and are keen to continue to do so. I applaud the great educational work that is carried out with young people at the Galleries of Justice Museum which enables them to learn about the law and justice system, helping them to stay away from crime and out of prison.”

Andy Hickling and Paul Hodgson, founders of APH Electrics Ltd said: “We’re thrilled to be supporting this event. We do a lot of work with the Galleries of Justice Museum and we are always impressed with what they offer – both their learning activities for young people and also their additional fun events for adults such as this. We hope that the Law and Order More Beer Festival will encourage even more people to go and experience what the museum has to offer.”

As well as being open to the public on Sat 24 September, the festival is also popular with Nottingham’s legal community with a private event being held on Fri 23 September hosted by the Nottinghamshire Law Society. As well as enjoying what’s on offer, over 20 of its members will sponsor the individual pins.

Nicola Burley, Executive Director at the Galleries of Justice Museum said: “The beer festival has been a hugely popular event and we are looking forward to its return this September. We are an independent charity and we rely on support from local business for our special events to ensure they are a success. Funds raised from the event will enable us to continue our work at the Museum providing fun and inspirational learning experiences for all. Our educational programmes are delivered to over 15,000 children each year and encourage young people to be inspired by their rights and responsibilities to become active members of society. We value the contribution that businesses make to our charity and we are especially grateful to APH Electrics Ltd and Alea Casio as well as the Nottinghamshire Law Society and its members for their support with this event.”

For further information, please call 0115 9520555, or visit www.galleriesofjustice.org.uk

Posted on 12 August 2016

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