This is the 5th in the award winning series of 'Jailbreak' Escape Rooms at St Neots Museum. This season, it is the summer of 1968 and you have been arrested for your over zealous protests about the traffic congestion in St Neots Town Centre. You have been protesting rather too vigorously on the town bridge and have been arrested for causing an obstruction….and have been sentenced to spend the night in prison whilst you cool down!
It is the summer of 1968, the time of free love, flower power and traffic jams in St Neots. The swinging 60s desire ‘to get back to the garden’ has resulted in demonstrations against traffic congestion in town, as people become aware of the fumes being generated by a congested High St. But whilst many are campaigning in support of a new by-pass, opinions are split and many resent the proposal to concrete over green fields to create more roads.
At the same time, the current craze of board games is sweeping the country and your two warders are rather pre-occupied with a game they are playing. Are you prepared to take up their challenge in order to escape?
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