Manchester Peace Trail – for Sunday Assembly Manchester!

Spring has begun, the sun is coming out and we think… we think just maybe… it’s safe to go outside again!  So why don’t you join us on a wondrous peace walk across Manchester!

Manchester Peace Trail is a guided walk across Manchester – the world’s first industrial city – highlighting its importance as a centre for peace and significant historical activity, including: Peterloo, the suffragettes, Alan Turing and LGBT rights, the campaign against slavery, the Nobel Peace Prize and the Sex Pistols!

Join us: Sunday 25th March – 10:30am.

Meeting point: Victoria Station (under the tiled map).

This is a 2 ½ walk, finishing around 1pm in Piccadilly Gardens.

This walk is being offered to Sunday Assembly Manchester for free, by the generous guide Steve Roman. If anyone does want to offer donations, the money will be split evenly between Sunday Assembly & our host, who would like to donate his share to ‘Oldham Unity’ who offer food support to destitute asylum seekers.

The trail was originally produced by the Manchester City Council Secretary for Nuclear Free Local Authorities / UK and Ireland Chapter of Mayors for Peace, in conjunction with Greater Manchester CND, and was then updated as one of the EU-funded peace trails in 7 European cities, launched in 2015:



March 25, 2018 at 10:30am–1pm at Victoria Station