Pictures of London Crown Courts

 

Barristerblogger has always been rather short of pictures.

 

However our top photographer  has sent in a series of inspiring pictures of London court facilities with the suggestion that I should publish them to a wider audience.

 

Sadly I am now a rare visitor to London courts but it is interesting to see how the inspirational architecture and facilities are playing their part in keeping up the morale of a profession which might otherwise be feeling a little jaded.

 

So here are the pictures

 

  1. The Bar Mess at Snaresbrook showing a cordoned off area where the ceiling is collapsing. Doesn’t the cappuccino look delicious?

 

Snaresbrook bar mess

 

 

2. Display of lunch-time treats at Snaresbrook

 

 

 

Bar Mess at Snaresbrook lunchtime selection

 

3.   Lunchtime special offer at Luton

 

Luton Catering 040814

 

4.  Soup of the day, or perhaps yesterday, at Woolwich. An autoservire classic: “sludcz cjorba”  from Cluj, it was popular in the last days of Ceausescou.

 

friday lunch at Woolwich

 

5.  Greenery at Harrow. Visitors are struck by how everyone attending this court takes a fierce pride in looking after the many pot-plants that make Harrow a genuine rival to Vita Sackville-West’s gardens at Sissinghurst. Do try to visit in mid-September when the palms are at their best.

Greenery at Harrow

 

 

 

© Barristerblogger 2013  (& thanks to SE Circuit for the Luton picture)

 

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Author: Matthew

I have been a barrister for over 25 years, specialising in crime. You may also have come across some of my articles I have written on legal issues for The Times, Standpoint, Daily Telegraph or Criminal Law & Justice Weekly

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