A Baroness who took on a Prime Minister and won is going to be 'available for conversation' at historic Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park this March.

Baroness Hale retired as president of the Supreme Court shortly before Christmas - having played a key role in some of the most momentous events of British politics in 2019, including the Supreme Court’s judgement on the prorogation of Parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson ahead of the former Brexit deadline of October 31.

Tickets are now on sale at £5 per person for A Conversation with Baroness Hale at Cumberland Lodge at 6pm on Monday, March 16.

Cumberland Lodge is a Grade Two listed 17th century building which now acts as the centre of a charity that empowers people, through dialogue and debate, to tackle the causes and effects of social division.

Baroness Hale will be in conversation with Cumberland Lodge chief executive Edmund Newell, talking about her life and work. The audience will also have the chance to participate in a question-and-answer session, and refreshments will be provided before and after the talk.

Proceeds from ticket sales will help with the running of the regular Cumberland Conversations series and it wider charitable work.

Spaces are limited, so early booking via the Cumberland Lodge website on cumberlandlodge.ac.uk/baroness-hale.

For further enquiries, contact Emma Albery at ealbery@cumberlandlodge.ac.uk, or call 01784 497790 (Monday to Wednesday).