People’s Landscapes: Explore the places that have shaped the nation
This year we’re marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre with a programme called People’s Landscapes that explores the role our own places have played in social change. Through events, exhibitions and podcasts, we’ll bring you the stories of passion and protest that are connected to our landscapes.
No corner of the UK has been untouched by human activity. Whether it’s the towns and cities we live in or the wild places we go to escape, our landscapes have all been shaped by people and, in turn, have changed the course of our national histories.