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Guided heritage walk telling the story of one of England’s bloodiest riots.

The Public outcry for parliamentary reform may have been the spark which started the Queen Square Riot, but it was contempt for the Bristol Corporation, held by an oppressed and disenfranchised populace, that led to full scale insurrection.

Walk Leader Steve Spear, outlines the social and political backdrop leading up to the 1831 riots. He explains how the problematic relationship between military and civic power led to a catastrophic level of destruction which sent a shockwave throughout the kingdom.

Steve Spear is a member of the M-Shed Historic Walks team. Join Trinity's third ‘Rebel Walk’ for a fascinating insight into this dramatic episode in Bristol’s history.

When
May 22nd, 2022 11:00 AM through 12:00 PM
Location
M Shed, Princes Wharf
Bristol
BS1 4RN
United Kingdom
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