Take part in the pageant on Saturday 9th July. Many of our activities explore the lives of disabled people in the 12th century.
The Liverpool School for the Indigent Blind was founded in 1791 by Edward Rushton and continues to run today as the Royal School for the Blind. It was the first such school in Britian and the second to be founded in the world. Rushton was a remarkable rights campaigner: apprenticed to a slave ship aged… Read more »