Through the story of his own family’s history as slave and plantation owners, Alex Renton looks at how we owe it to the present to understand the legacy of the past. When British Caribbean slavery was abolished across most of the British Empire in 1833, it was not the newly liberated who received compensation, but […]
Castle Cary author, Jacqueline King, will be telling a story of resistance during the first year of the German occupation of Jersey. A 1940's ration style tea will be served. Free off-street parking. All Covid guidelines at the time of the performance will be adhered to. Tickets: adults £10 / under 18's £5 from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/526733
Speaker Miranda Pender, who overcame a life-threatening illness to reinvent herself as a singer/songwriter.