Leicester since 1918

The combined forces of MACE, the East Midlands Oral History Archive (EMOHA) and the University of Leicester’s Centre for Urban History are holding a day school on Saturday 15 September for all those interested in the history of Leicester.

Drawing on the resources of the two archives MACE’s James Patterson and EMOHA’s Colin Hyde will show a changing face of Leicester since 1918.

The day school will be held in the Jack Simmons Room at 1 Salisbury Road in Leicester between 10 am and 4 pm.

If you are interested in attending contact Kate Crispin at the Centre for Urban History on 0116 252 2378 or email her at cuh@le.ac.uk.  The day will include coffee, lunch and tea and costs £15 or £10 for concessions.


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