Articles in the category East Midlands

Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery

Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery contains a reconstruction of novelist George Eliot‘s London drawing room of 1870 and many of her personal items as well as local history exhibitions. The museum holds collections related to the borough of Nuneaton and Bedworth. Sorry, this article hasn’t been completed yet. Would you like to write it for us? […]

Leicester Secular Hall

Leicester Secular Hall is a Grade II Listed Building built in 1881 for Leicester Secular Society. Origins In the 1840s and 50s Secularist lecturers were frequently denied the use of public meeting rooms, either because they were owned by religious bodies, or clerical authorities put pressure on lay landlords, and publicans were afraid for their licenses. […]

Northampton Museum

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Charles Bradlaugh statue, Northampton

A statue to secularist and social reformer Charles Bradlaugh is located on a traffic island at Abington Square, Northampton. Bradlaugh is remembered annually on his birthday 26 September. Visiting The statue is in a public space. [google-map-sc zoom=”15″]