DATE & TIMEMonday 2nd - Sunday 8th October 2023
Unspoken Stories: Tales from the Street with Donna Jones
Join Donna Jones for a fascinating midweek talk which will reveal the unseen work of Street Pastors. Explore the experiences of those who protect some of society’s most vulnerable.
This talk is free of charge but pre-booking is essential. There will be the opportunity to donate on the night to the Street Pastors charity (suggested donation £5, cash only).
Behind these Doors: Stories of Strength, Suffering and Survival
Alex South in conversation with Amelia Riviere, High Sheriff of Hampshire.
Alex South, is a young former prison officer, author of the best-selling book Behind these Doors: Stories of Strength, Suffering and Survival in Prison, soon to be Book of the Week on Radio 4.
Alex presents a lively, gripping, no-holds barred depiction of life in prison and its many devastating and astonishing, and sometimes inspiring, consequences.
An annual service of celebration of all those who work in Law and Order. The service is preceded by the procession down High Street from Law Court. Everyone is welcome to the service.
Photo credit: Joe Low
Doing Time Exhibition
During the week of the Justice for all? events, there will be a small exhibition in the South Nave aisle of the cathedral inspired by the book entitled ‘Doing Time’, by Liz Kavanagh & Leonie Mountney.
Doing Time tells the story of Winchester Prison over the last 175 years, shedding light on its history as the county jail for Hampshire and revealing how changing attitudes towards incarceration have led to a focus on rehabilitation and reform.
[SOLD OUT] Winchester whodunnit?
This event has now sold out.
Test your detective skills at this special event run by the University of Winchester in which the departments of Policing, Criminology, Forensics and Law have teamed up to create a murder mystery.
Tickets: £10 adult / £5 concessions.