Celebrate International Women's Day with a walking tour of Manchester's hotspots of radical political activity! And it's all in aid of the Pankhurst Centre!
Join fabulous volunteer walk leader Steve Roman on the Manchester Peace Trail, and find out just how deeply our city is rooted in the fight for justice, peace and freedom.
Starting at Emmeline Pankhurst's statue, you'll explore sites around the city-centre that have played a part in making Manchester a centre for peace, industry and radicalism.
The walk will last approx 1.5 hours (from 2pm to 3.30pm), finishing near Manchester Cathederal. Please meet by the Emmeline Pankhurst Statue in St Peter's Square at 1.45pm for a 2pm start.
Booking essential. TICKETS BY DONATION. All proceeds go to The Pankhurst Centre.
Please show your e-tickets on the day.
About your walk leader:
Steve Roman is an active campaigner and helped the city council to develop the Manchester Peace Trail around which he regularly leads guided walks. He is also active with the Friends of Manchester Peace Garden and other peace initiatives. He is the Membership Trustee of the Victorian Society which promotes the best of Britain’s Victorian and Edwardian built heritage. Prior to retiring, he served as a youth and community officer for Lancashire County Council.