Leicester Secular Society Events

Most LSS meetings are at Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester LE1 1WB — All Welcome (exceptions are shown in the detailed listings). Contact details are on our Home Page. Hire a room.

Wednesday, 26 September 2018
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19:00 [19:00] Max Hunt - Chartists to Co-operatives in Loughborough (ext event)
https://nlha.org.uk/event/from-chartists-to-co-operatives-in-loughborough-and-the-legacy-of-john-skevington-max-hunt-leicestershire-labour-history-society/ From Chartists to Co-operatives in Loughborough, and the legacy of John Skevington, Max Hunt, Leicestershire Labour History Society County Councillor Max Hunt (Loughborough Co-Operative Party) on ‘From Chartists to Co-operatives in Loughborough, and the legacy of John Skevington.’ John Skevington represented Loughborough and Derby in the General Convention of the Industrious Classes (the First Chartist Convention), and was one of 12 delegates whose portrait was drawn for The Charter newspaper. Source : http://www.chartistancestors.co.uk The Society’s meetings are open to everyone with an interest in working people, their organisations and their lives. (There is no requirement to be a Labour Party member to attend.). The meeting room is upstairs – please let Mike know if you wish to attend and have mobility problems. 07798 906 754.

In the interest of freethought and free speech we also list other selected events of interest - no endorsement or responsibility is implied. Always check details with the organisers.

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