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Curious to find out more about Lancaster? Fancy discovering how the city’s past connects with the histories of people from around the world? Join us for a free tour of nine places in Lancaster’s historic Castle Quarter and its surroundings. We’ll view some of the city’s most iconic sites and landmarks, and we’ll consider how Lancaster’s story links with histories that span from the Roman Empire to the British Empire. Along the way, we’ll discuss Lancaster’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade and contributions to the Industrial Revolution. What’s more, we’ll consider how the look and feel of the local environment has changed over the past 1,000 years.

Thursday, October 6, 2022
13:00 - 15:00
Christopher Donaldson and Sunita Abraham
Events - Campus and Community Life, Events - Student Channel

Meeting point: Please arrive outside the main gate of Lancaster Castle (John of Gaunt Gatehouse) between 10 and 15 minutes before the tour begins. We shall begin promptly on the hour.

Accessibility: The tour will involve climbing stairs and walking on uneven (and potentially slippery) surfaces. Sturdy footwear and weather-appropriate apparel is required.

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