Black History Month trip to Wilberforce House in Hull

October is Black History Month – Let’s Celebrate!

Join us on a coach trip to Wilberforce House in Hull on Wednesday 18th October 2017

Who was William Wilberforce?

William Wilberforce (1759 – 1833) was a politician who campaigned to end the slave trade and lived to see the abolition of slavery in 1807 and the freeing of all slaves in 1833 in what was then the British Empire.

There are also many more interesting things to do and see in Hull which is the 2017 UK City of Culture.

The museum shows ‘a shameful history well displayed’.

If you are a carer of a person with a health issue, disability or addiction, you are welcome to join us on this trip. You can bring the person you care for with you or you can bring one friend.

The cost is £5 per person.

It is essential to book this event:
Contact Carers Leeds on 0113 246 8338.
Bookings from 9:30am Tuesday 19th September.

We will be leaving the city centre at 10am and leaving Hull at 3.30pm.

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