Join our curator on a peace-themed tour round the William Booth Birthplace Museum - a restored Georgian terraced house in the heart of Sneinton. Learn about Booth's inspiration for setting up an 'Army without weapons'. Discover what The Salvation Army's attitudes and responses were during wartime and learn about its practical approaches to building peace. Free, but booking is required. Book early to avoid disappointment, as space is limited. Suitable for ages 8+. Donations kindly accepted.
Our tours are offered in conjunction with 'Nottingham Peacebuilders 2017', a series of events creating a shared celebration of everything we do to build a good world (please see: http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/events-markets-parks-and-museums/events-in-nottingham/nottingham-peacebuilders-2017-22-april-20-may).
In the event you are unable to attend your tour, please contact the museum on 0115 979 3464 to let us know so that we can cancel your booking and make your space available to another person. Thank you.
Directions: We are located near the junction of Sneinton Road and Notintone Street, within The Salvation Army complex of buildings, near Green's Windmill. Access the museum via the walkway to the right of the row of shops facing Sneinton Road. Bus number 43 runs past the museum (Windmill Lane stop) on Sneinton Road.
For more information, please contact us on 0115 979 3464 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org