The Routes we’re Rooted in

This September, we’re hosting our Social Justice Lunch during the Heritage Open Days Festival, and we’re excited to be offering an opportunity to learn more about the heritage of dissent and non-conformity in Leeds.

“The Routes we’re Rooted in” will be co-hosted by Clifford Stead, local artist and historical tour guide, who you’ll have met if you’ve been on one of our Sketch Walks with Sketch Club Social. Using Mill Hill Chapel (LS1 5EB) as our base, we’ll be learning visually and creatively about the history of activism in Leeds. As usual, the Lunch will also be a great opportunity to meet other people from across the city who are interested in or already actively pursuing positive change in Leeds.

You can book your space on Ticketsource, and don’t forget to let us know of any dietary requirements you have.

Additional information:

For details of our Safeguarding Policy, please click here.

We aim to have a qualified Mental Health First Aider at each of our gatherings. This community is facilitated by Anna; please click here to see which faces to look for.

We will be taking photos at this event which may be used both digitally and in print for marketing and information purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please let one of our Team know on the day.

We really try to book venues with good accessibility. If you are concerned that it would be challenging for you to attend but you’d like to, please contact Anna for a conversation.

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