July 22, 2017 - 11:30 am
Join local historian Steven Horton for a two and a half hour walk around some of the sites connected to some of the most pioneering women in the city of Liverpool’s history. Starting at the Florence Nightingale memorial on the corner of Princes Road and upper Parliament Street, the two and a half hour tour around Liverpool’s Georgian quarter will take in the homes of health professionals, social reformers, suffragettes, domestic science pioneers poets and artists, as well as the the city’s first all girls grammar school and grave of the founder of the wash house. Please note that although taken at a slow pace, this walk is approximately 1.5 to 2 miles in length. Places are £5 each and limited to 20 so please book in advance to guarantee taking part.