Family Learning Workshops at The Mill 7-11 Coppermill Lane Walthamstow E17 7HA http://www.themill-coppermill.org/
WEDNESDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 10 am -12 noon
The People of Waltham Forest
With objects to see and touch, explore the history of the multi-ethnic,multi-faith community that is Waltham Forest.
Stay and draw some of the objects you like.
WEDNESDAY 10 APRIL 10 am – 12 noon
Home Front WW2 Waltham Forest
Find out about the courage of families living on the home front during World War Two. Also learn about the experiences of black families in Waltham Forest during this time.
Drawing activities available.
WEDNESDAY 21 AUGUST 10am – 12 noon
To mark the International Day for the remembrance of the slave trade and its abolition.
Join this object handling session, looking at Waltham Forest from the 17th century to the 19th century, the struggles to end slavery and the black community that lived in Waltham Forest at the time.
Drawing activities available
SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2pm
A Freedom Walk starting from the Mill exploring the struggles for a multi-ethnic and multi-faith community in Waltham Forest
SUNDAY 27TH OCTOBER 2pm
A Freedom Walk starting from the Vestry House Museum Vestry Road Walthamstow E17 looking at the links between Waltham Forest and The Transatlantic Slave Trade.
For further information contact: Peter Ashan 075 709 176 41 or The Mill 020 8521 3211