Radical Spaces: 6 buildings used by deaf and disabled people over 800 years

The Heritage Lottery Funded project History of Place explores the history of deaf and disabled people and the places associated with those lives.Read more

Do you know where Bedlam was?

Do you know how people with leprosy were able to worship in the middle-ages? Who were the first people to get married by sign language? Who were the Guild of Brave Poor Things? Where Bedlam was? Or who invented the first dropped kerb? You may never have wondered about these things before. Or maybe you have, but haven’t found the answers. Or like me, you may know a bit about disability history, but it’s limited to a few ghoulish talesRead more