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History Festival 2017, To the Castle!, People’s Histreh

05.04.2017, 2:30 pm4:30 pm

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On Wednesday 5th April 2017 between 14:30-16:30 meet at St Peter’s Square, City Centre – outside M&S, look out for the Loaf on a Stick.

To the Castle! – A People’s Histreh tour retracing the 1831 Reform Riots in Nottingham

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Follow in the rioters’ footsteps, taking a close look at the direct action of these so-called ‘misguided rascals’. This tour will look into their identities, motives as well as living and working conditions in early nineteenth century Nottingham. The route is wheelchair accessible (although there are some hills and a few cobbles along the way). About People’s Histreh People’s Histreh are a group of people interested in what has been called “history from below” or “grassroots history”. As Nottingham and Nottinghamshire have such a long and turbulent history of socio-economic transformation and disturbance and conflict, there is a lot to be unearthed. In fact, the most amazing, inspiring, shocking and outrageous stories leap out wherever the surface is scratched.

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Date:
05.04.2017
Time:
2:30 pm–4:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organiser

University of Nottingham – Department of History

Venue

Nottingham St. Peter’s Square
Nottingham, NG1 2NW + Google Map

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