The archaeology of a revolution - FULLY BOOKED
From the birth of the Industrial Revolution, Salford and Manchester have witnessed massive social and economical changes in British Industrial history. Join Mike Nevell, Head of Archaeology at the University of Salford, on a tour along Salford's Chapel Street into Manchester to highlight the industrial heritage of the two cities, when buildings were constructed to accommodate the burgeoning partnerships of science and industry.
For joining instructions, please refer to the email sent to all attendees. Staff in high visibility jackets will be located at Salford Cathedral, St Phillips Church and Angel Health Centre (situated next to each other). Please arrive at 1.45pm - the tour will commence promptly at 2pm. Car parking is available near St. Phillips Church. If you have any problems finding the event, please call 0161 295 2952.