Charlie Guenigault is currently working as a Police Constable for the Metropolitan Police as a Police Trainer for new recruits. Charlie joined the Metropolitan Police in March 2014. Charlie received the George Medal for confronting armed terrorists to protect others during the London Bridge/Borough Market terrorist attack on 3rd June 2017. Charlie was off duty, unarmed and had no personal protective equipment and received 5 stab wounds. For his actions, Charlie also received the Pride of Britain award for Outstanding Bravery in 2017 and also the Police National Bravery Award in 2018.
Charlie is also a two time London Marathon runner and continues to promote and raise funds for Kings College Hospital, the hospital that helped save his life and helped him on his way to recovery.
Thursday, 2nd May 2019
12:10pm to 12:50pm
National Gallery - Sainsbury Wing, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN