Return to Cromford & Belper

    The Slave Trade Legacies family were invited by Susanne Seymour from the University of Nottingham to take part in the AHRC Connected Communities Festival taking place at Cromford Mill on Saturday 20th June 2015. Activities during the day will include showing the project film to the wider public and holding panel discussions. Additional tours of Cromford Mill and Belper Mill will also take place during the day. 30 members of the Slave Trade Legacies family traveled over to Belper and Cromford Mill for this visit.   After the event Christine Belle from 97.5 kemet fm edited some of the sound recordings that she took on the day and produced a special edition mid-morning show to share the experience of the group at the Festival with the wider community.  Listen here to the full programme: 

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