Blue plaque for the role played by North East women in the anti-slavery movement, was unveiled on the 30th of June in Sunderland city centre to highlight the activism of Sunderland’s Quaker women. The plaque was fixed to the facade of the newly-restored buildings at 172-3 High Street West. Tickets were sold through:

The plaque in place on the former Binns store

For more info about the background and importance of the plaque see the short description by Loes Veldpaus und Angela Smith.