Bank Holiday policing

Hertfordshire Mercury, 25th May 1907



The town was very quiet on Whit Monday. The local cricket match attracted a great many people, and a considerable number went to the fete at Hertford. The Rye House, under the management of Mr W. Abel, had a multitude of attractions, and from 4,000 to 5,000 were booked by rail, while another 2,000 or more came by road.

The police arrangements were good, and all passed off quietly, both at Rye House and in the town.



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