Birmingham People’s History Archive
An exhibition in Birmingham People’s History Archive/BPHA’s work over the last year showcases our Historic England project to ‘tell the untold stories of our nation’s working-class heritage.’ We’ll have news of two recent grants – to use the extensive Indian Workers Association collection, and to expand the archive through a new National Archives Resilience Grant. We invite visitors to contribute ideas about BPHA’s future development and uses. The visit includes a visit to the archive on the 2nd floor, where there’ll be a costumed presentation about connections to the Spanish Civil War.
The Birmingham & Midland Institute is in the centre of Birmingham and easily accessible by public transport. Please note that for some cars a clean air zone charge may apply when driving into the city centre.
Organised by Birmingham People’s History Archive (BPHA)
Date & Time
Sat 9 Sept
10.30am-11.30am & 12pm-1pm & 2pm-3pm
LocationBirmingham People’s History Archive 2nd Floor, Birmingham & Midland Institute 9 Margaret Street, B3 3BS
AccessArchive and workshop are not accessible by wheelchair. However, we endeavour to bring some archive items to the ground floor, and for the costumed visitor to come downstairs and meet anyone who can’t visit the archive room.