‘The Pentrich Revolution 1817– England’s Last Armed Rebellion.’

Exhibition at The National  Justice Museum High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN. The National Justice Museum is an iconic museum based at Nottingham’s historic Courthouse and Jail.

From Saturday 21st October to January 2018 an important exhibition is being held at the National Justice Museum to mark the bi-centenary of a rising by working people in Derbyshire to bring down the government.

Led by a Nottingham man, Jeremiah Brandreth, and with many rebels ending up in the cells of the Shire Hall Gaol, the events are an important part of local history as well as being an important step in the long march towards the democracy that we have in the country today.

This free exhibition is curated by The Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (Number 1166940) and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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