The Peel Society welcomed to the new Peel Museum at Middleton Hall a group of Staffordshire Police Cadets on Sunday. They were given a talk on the part Sir Robert Peel played in founding our modern police force and his association with Drayton Manor and Tamworth by Trustee, Nigel Morris. After Nigel’s talk, member Ann Field gave a talk on her time as a Police Cadet in Warwickshire.
After the talk, the cadets visited the new Peel Museum with its excellent display of Peel memorabilia and Police artefacts.
The group was accompanied by Sue Arnold, Assistant Police Commissioner for Staffordshire and Sharon Trigg, Unit Commander, Tamworth Unit, Staffordshire Police cadets. Nigel Morris said; “The Peel Society were delighted to welcome the cadets and expressed the hope that it is the first of many visits in the future.”