Notts Tweetup at the National Justice Museum

1st October 2018
by Lamar Francois

Some moments from a rather spooky September Notts Tweetup hosted by the National Justice Museum. Ghost walk tours were the order of the evening as guests were taken on tours of the courts and cells under the darkness of the evening.

Food and catering for the evening was provided by the team at Pulp Friction. They are a social enterprise providing work and social opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and autism, through their catering services operating the Robe Room Cafe at the museum.

One of the best aspects of the evening was to catch up with Jill and the rest of the team and to see how far they’ve progressed over the years in terms of confidence which they’ve gained as a result of their work.

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