Heritage Open Day 2019: Power and Protest

Eagle-eyed (or, perhaps, just sleepless) readers of the Secret Library blog will have noticed a flurry of articles published in the wee-small hours of the morning – all concerned with some aspect of Power or Protest in the history of Leeds. These articles are to complement and expand on information contained in a new heritage trail launched today, as part of Heritage Open Days 2019. The trail has been designed by Librarians in our Local and Family History department; you can collect copies of the self-directed route map from the Central Library. You can find a full list of all the points of interest on the new trail, as well as links to all the aforementioned blog posts (plus others that are forthcoming, some later today and others next week), elsewhere on this website.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Gill Crawshaw says:

    Can we suggest additions to this trail?

    1. Hi Gill,

      Thanks for getting in touch! Sadly, it’s too late to amend the printed leaflet, but we can certainly look at including additions to the list here on the website, at a later date. What did you have in mind? Feel free to email us at localandfamilyhistory@leeds.gov.uk with any suggestions.

      Local and Family History
      Central Library

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