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Life in the Mad House: Warwick County Lunatic Asylum

Starting on September 30, 10:30 am

The history of the Hatton Asylum provides an insight into how the Victorians treated the mentally ill. The Hatton records are kept at the Record Office and include admission notes, case books and photographs. 

Learn about this intriguing collection and view some of the original documents at this illustrated talk by archivist,
Carolyn Ewing.

Please note: No bags, coats, food or drink are allowed in the Search Room, but there are free lockers in which to put your valuables. You can borrow a clear plastic wallet or a tray from Reception to carry your folders, laptop and other essential items.  Please use pencils only.

There are limited places available for this talk.
Please book in advance through the Box Office on 01926 33 44 18.

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Book Tickets: £7.00

includes refreshments

Festival Box Office 01926 33 44 18