1820 Radical Rising: Scotland’s Hidden History

Saturday 25 April, 2020


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Proclamation by the Sheriff of Renfrewshire, and by the Provost and Magistrates of Paisley, 9th September 1819. Copyright Heritage Centre, Renfrewshire Leisure

Presented by local U3A members.

Date: 25th April 2020

Time: 11.00am-3.00pm

Place: Paisley Methodist Central Halls, 7 Gauze Street, Paisley PA1 1EP

This free event will showcase research carried out by local people into a forgotten piece of Scottish history – the Radical Risings of 1820. Covering subjects from the radical who became an international singer to the role of women.

The day will also feature: music; a film re-enacting events from 1820; a weaving display; a Children’s Corner; and an opportunity to start investigating your own genealogy.

This is a FREE event.

Tel: 0141 618 7939

Email: th.cars2@renfrewshire.gov.uk

Supported by TH.CARS2




Paisley TH.CARS2 Project Team
Regeneration and Economic Development Service
Chief Executive’s Service
Renfrewshire Council
Renfrewshire House
Cotton Street
Paisley PA1 1WB