Related to the books

Bristol Radical History Group

Authors of Strikers, Hobblers, Conchies & Reds: A Radical History of Bristol, 1880-1939, Bristol Radical History Group organise a range of history events; staging walks, talks, gigs, reconstructions, films, exhibitions, trips through the archives and fireside story telling. They also publish a range of pamphlets.

Chartism & The Chartists

Musings, information & illustrations about the Chartists from Stephen Roberts. (see The Chartists and Halifax 1842)

Hands Off Our Forest

HOOF aims to keep the Forest of Dean as it is – publicly owned and publicly run by the Forestry Commission. (see Warren James & the Dean Forest Riots and Custom, Work & Market Capitalism)

The Library for Courtenay History

Information centre for Sir William Courtenay, aka John Nichols Thom. (see The Last Rising of the Agricultural Labourers)

The Thomas Spence Society

Founded to help ensure that the name and ambitions of Thomas Spence live on. (see The People’s Farm and Thomas Spence: The Poor Man’s Revolutionary)

Twopenny Press

Publisher of Two Cocks on the Dunghill, William Cobbett and Henry Hunt: Their friendships, feuds and fights by Penny Young. (see ‘Orator’ Hunt)

Other related websites

Past Tense

Past Tense is a publishing project based in South London, exploring London radical history.

The Hydra

The Hydra is a community bookshop, coffee shop and meeting place based in Old Market in central Bristol.

The International History From Below Network

A diverse community of historytellers, historical agitators, artists, independent archivists, history groups, political archaeologists etc.

The Land

An occasional magazine about land rights.

People’s Histreh

Nottingham Radical History Group.

Working Class Movement Library

A unique collection capturing the stories and struggles of ordinary people’s efforts to improve their world.