Sheffield - Annual lecture

Sheffield - Annual lecture

Sheffield - Annual lecture
Wednesday 7 July 2021, 7.00pm BST
Wednesday 7 July 2021, 7.00pm BST
  • Wine glasses on table
Hosted by the Cambridge Society of Sheffield
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Location: 
Whirlowbrook Hall | View details

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge Society of Sheffield for their annual lecture with guest speaker David Price.

Our speaker is David Price is a former senior civil servant and has written two books on local history - 'Sheffield Troublemakers ' (about local radicals) and 'Welcome to Sheffield - A Migration History.' The latter reflects his interest in the position of asylum seekers and other migrants. In this illustrated talk on 'How Sheffield became a cosmopolitan city', he will describe how, right up to 1945, Sheffield remained a very English city but since then people have come here from every corner of the world. He will discuss how well Sheffield, the UK's first 'City of Sanctuary', has coped with this profound change to its culture.

Booking information

If you have any questions regarding this event please, contact the Cambridge Society of Sheffield using the link below.

There will be a light buffet, including teas/coffees. Bar available for other drinks.

Price: 
£16 per person

Location

Whirlowbrook Hall
Eccleshall Road South
Sheffield
United Kingdom
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