Manchester Histories Executive Summary

We are proud to have just published our latest report highlighting some of the marvellous projects we have worked on over the last few years.

Manchester Hill: Remembered The story continues…

Read what else we have been doing for Manchester Hill: Remembered after the incredible commemoration event at Manchester Cathedral earlier this year...

Funding News:

Manchester Histories and People’s History Museum are thrilled to announce they have been awarded a £181,900 National Lottery grant towards delivering a programme of work commemorating the bicentenary of Peterloo in Greater Manchester in 2019.

Manchester Histories, People’s Histories Museum and Historic England are seeking expressions of interest from animators who have experience of working with young people to co-produce an animation inspired by the Peterloo Massacre, and the themes of protest, democracy and freedom of speech.

Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller unveils his designs for a memorial to the Peterloo Massacre and the visual Identity for Peterloo 2019 is revealed

Manchester Histories will present 3-months of new work and special events in 2019 to explore and commemorate the Peterloo Massacre.

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Start your own historical research project...

As part of our Heritage Lottery Funded, Hidden Histories, Hidden Historians project we've launched a set of toolkits.

Written by experts the toolkits guide you though each step of your historical research project.

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