This former draughtsman and current publican of some 25 years standing, is keen on trying to right old wrongs. Interested in all aspects of Bristol’s past but especially the city’s maritime and literary history, he also co-authored a book with Ken Griffiths entitled Pirates and Privateers out of Bristol.
With the omni-presence of memorials to Colston, Cabot and Brunel in Bristol, Mark would like to see more balance in the city with memorials to the likes of Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Carpenter and St Wulfstan. He would like to see a long overdue Slave Trade memorial and Abolition Shed interpretation centre as a matter of urgency.
He’s noted for his irreverent and chippy walks and talks, sometimes in conjunction with ‘Radical Rog’.
- The fall of Colston – the true story
- Book Launch: From Wulfstan to Colston
- History Walk: Edward Colston – why was he toppled?
- History Walk: Severing the sinews of slavery in Bristol
- Bristol Festival of Literature: Colston, Fact And Fiction
- History walk 1: Wulfstan to Colston and the sinews of slavery
- History Walk: Edward Colston
- Studio 2: Bristol Radical History Group highlights
- History Walk 1: Edward Colston
- Abolitionists in Bristol
- Bristol Local History Bookfair 2014
- Bristol & The Revolutionary Atlantic
- Slavery: Resistance & Rebellion 2
- Bristol Abolition Pub Night
- Radical History Walk
- Bristol Radical History Walk
- Cry Freedom, Cry Seven Stars – Pamphlet Launch
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