Dear Tom We never met in life but our paths crossed in many ways. I wanted to let you know that your death and fight against the ironmasters and colliery owners in East Shropshire didn't go un-noted in the Piddle valley where I came from in Dorset. George Loveless Tolpuddle
Cinderloo exhibition “fabulous” success
This weekend is the last chance for you to visit our exhibition at the Museum of Iron. Over 50 people have exhibited and contributed to the exhibition and over 300 people have visited who have been over whelming positive about the quality and content on show. We were pleased to welcome this week the Leader of Telford... Continue Reading →
“Enough is enough” – Get your voice heard!
With protests in the news as government brings forward proposals to restrict people’s rights to make their voices heard Cinderloo is beginning to put the finishing touches to a public event in Telford to explore the links between the events 200 years ago with those taking place today. We need your voices to help us... Continue Reading →
A Postcard to Cinderloo – From Cinder Hills to Capitol Hill – Two Battles Two Centuries Apart
This latest postcard in our series comes from John Miles Smith in the United States. The author has responded to the criticism of his earlier postcard by providing a new version to better explain his viewpoint. Cinderloo can provide a perspective on current events involving the ill-treatment of workers or other people. Dialogue over such... Continue Reading →