More Google Maps

There is now a new version of the Bristol Radical History Walk map available. If you are using Firefox the talk for each stop automatically plays we you click on the skeleton. However, for a reason that I can not quite work this does not happen in Explorer and you will still have to click to open the mp3 file.

Radical Walks & Google Maps

The audio files from the radical history walk around Bristol on Saturday 31st October have been added to The Archive. You can also navigate your way around the walk as well as the audio files using a Google Map. How modern is that? View Bristol Radical History Walk October 2009 in a larger map.

Suffragette Day

Saturday 31st October. 12-2:30pm Garrett Vrs. Churchill 12pm Bristol Temple Meads On 15 November 1909 in Temple Meads Station Winston Churchill, then Home Secretary, stepped from a railway carriage and was attacked by Theresa Garnett (a member of the Women's Social and Political Union) who was wielding a riding crop. Or, as Votes For Women put it: Moved by the spirit of pure chivalry, Miss Garnett took what she thought to be the best available means of avenging the insult done to womanhood by […]

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