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Start Date: 07 March 2017
End Date: 31 March 2017
The FIG Tree Fair Trade and Slave Trade Exhibition 7 - 31 March in the Thomas Storey Gallery
Open 9am - 9pm
To celebrate the end of the project, an exciting weekend of events will take place on 25th/26th March 2017, commemorating 210 years since the act was passed to abolish the British Transatlantic slave trade. As part of ‘210 Abolition – Lancaster slave trade port to Fairtrade City’ several events will take place in Lancaster including a Regency Banquet and Ball at the Borough; a service, lecture and chocolate workshops at The Priory; and Quaker worship and slave trade / Fair Trade Debate at the Friends Meeting House. The abolition of the slave trade act was passed exactly 210 years earlier on 25th March 1807.
For further information, contact Bruce Crowther, Executive Director of The FIG Tree: Tel: 01995 602637 Mobile: 07526 713255 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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