Monthly Archives: January 2015

York: A Walk on the Wild Side – buy your copy now

Originally posted on York's Alternative History:
The front cover of Paul Furness’ new pamphlet York’s Alternative History are very proud to launch Paul Furness’ York: A Walk on the Wild Side based on walks Paul has run over the past couple of years. For a taster see this Guardian Northern blog. In the author’s…

David Goodway on the Chartist George Julian Harney- 7 February 2015, People’s History Museum

On Saturday 7 February 2015 at 2.30pm at the People’s History Museum author and lecturer Dr David Goodway will lead a talk on the Chartist George Julian Harney (1817-1897). He will be discussing Harney’s extraordinary life and career as an activist, journalist and Chartist leader. The talk will be held in the Labour History Archive & Study […]

103 Foresters project pamphlet launch- Saturday 7 February 2015, Nottingham

Originally posted on People's Histreh:
103 Foresters: Mutinies and death sentences in the local regiment – 1914-18 Pamphlet launch with talks, discussions, tea and biscuits Sat 7th February, 2015, 2-4pm See also digital leaflet or our events page. Room A18/19, Department of History Lenton Grove (building number 5 on the University Park Campus map)…

Peterloo 2019- Community Consultation Meeting, 14 January 2015, Manchester

The second community consultation, led by Manchester Histories and in partnership with People’s History Museum, will take place on Wednesday 14 January 2015 in Manchester. The meeting is to help to develop partnerships, ideas and plans leading up to the 200 years commemoration of the Peterloo Massacre. Everyone is welcome whether you are an interested individual, […]

Sisters with mourning hearts: a forgotten story of radical Manchester women in 1915 – Thursday 22 January 2015, Manchester

Originally posted on No Glory in War- Manchester:
Sisters with mourning hearts: a forgotten story of radical Manchester women in 1915 Thursday 22 January 6-7pm Performance Space Central Library No booking necessary – just come along! One hundred years ago a group of Manchester women signed an open letter to the women of Germany and…