Urban Lock Up
EXCLUSIVE TO MOST HAUNTED EXPERIENCE
*NIGHT TIME GHOST HUNT..3 HRS OF TERROR*
Ghost hunting event at Accrington Police Station and Courts
Non celeb event..
PART OF THE 7 NIGHTS OF TERROR HALLOWEEN 2020
DO ALL 7 NIGHTS FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE OF £100pp
Date - 30th Oct 2020
Times - 8pm to 11pm
Price - £20pp
20 people max
Full payment only on this event due to low cost.
This location is not to be missed..
A derelict and terrifying location that will unerve the hardiest of ghost hunters..
Its very easy to become dishorientated within the long dark corridors and rooms..but add ghosts into the mix your set for an experience you wont forget..
The ghost hunting experience gives those who cant do the late nights a chance to investigate this amazing location..Giving you 3 hrs of a complete immersive ghost hunting experience from the court rooms to the cells..You have the full run of the location
This is haunted urban exploring at its best..Bring your camera and enjoy getting your photographic shots of this stunning but haunting building..Bring your own ghost hunting equipment and see what you will discover..
Accrington Police Station And Courts 30th Oct 2020
Address and Car parking
TICKET PROTECTION PLAN
The building was designed in 1933 by Percy Thomas O.B.E and is in stone with flat roofs. The magistrates' court faces Manchester Road and is in a single storey with a central porch rising to a higher level. The porch has a giant arch with voussoirs and contains a recessed doorway. The court is attached to the police station, which faces Spring Gardens, and has two storeys"
The grade II listed building at the junction of Manchester Road and Spring Gardens on the edge of Accrington town centre is being listed for auction by Pugh Auctions.
It was previously jointly used as a magistrates court and police station by the Accrington division of Lancashire Police.
According to a tablet inside the court house the buildings (Courthouse, Fire station and Police Station) were officially opened on May 9th 1935 (The year of the Silver Jubilee of King George V) by the Mayor, Councillor A. Wilkinson, The Chairman of the watch committee, Alderman, A.S. Bury J.P.C.A and the Chairman of the public buildings committee, Alderman, J. Waddington, J.P.C.C