Saturday, September 14, 2019
During the 200th Anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, the radical tradition of the North East is celebrated at a special event organized by Sunderland Heritage Forum and Sunderland City Council Heritage Team as part of the Heritage Open Days programme
National crisis… Irish back-stop… Broken political system… In or out of Europe…New social media…Extreme radical and populist solutions…
We’ve all been here before - in the early 17th Century and early 19th Century.
The North East of England has played a very significant part in the development of human rights. In 2019, the 200th Anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, that contribution is celebrated at a one-day special event !
This FREE event from 10.00 am to 3.30 pm on Saturday 14th September will be held in the Bethany City Church in the historic Bede Tower on Burdon Road (SR2 7DZ) in Sunderland. Car parking is free. It is within easy walking distance of the City centre and Metro/Railway Station.
ADMISSION IS FREE BUT BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL
A buffet lunch is available (£7 per head). It must be pre-booked and pre-paid. If you prefer bring your own refreshments teas/coffees will also be on sale.
Bede Tower, Burdon Road