Birmingham has a strong history of activism. This tour introduces Victorian Brummies who fought hard for societal change.
For centuries activism has brought about social change, and never has this been more at the forefront of our thoughts than during this past year.
Key Hill Cemetery is the last resting place of important figures including those who fought for women’s’ rights, abolition of slavery, education reform, fair working conditions, and sanitation.
Date & Time
Sat 18 Sept | 11am–12.30pm
Key Hill Cemetery, Key Hill, B18 5AH
£5 and £9 Ticket with limited edition pin badge
Key Hill Cemetery has uneven surfaces which may not be suitable for all abilities. Please dress for the weather and wear sensible shoes. We ask everyone to keep to the paths unless otherwise instructed by the tour guide. There are no toilets on site and in accordance with the rules of Birmingham City Council the only dogs permitted in the cemetery are assistance dogs. This tour will take place outside and adheres to government rules regarding covid-19 restrictions, but where possible, we advise wearing a mask and keeping 1 metre distance from those not in your bubble.