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PHM is the national museum of democracy, telling the story of its development in Britain: past, present, and future. On this blog we share behind the scenes stories, coverage of our exhibitions, events, Learning Programme and highlights from our unique collection.

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From left to right: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Amalgamated Society of Watermen and Lightermen & Withington Against the Poll Tax banners @ People's History Museum

2019 Banner Display: A newfound respect for the visual

7 February 2019


PHM’s 2019 banner display has been carefully curated to reflect key moments of protest in Greater Manchester and across Britain, representing a mix of creatively disobedient ideas and actions along the road to democratic reform, from the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester in 1819 to today.

We asked historian and Head Writer Peter Morgan, from our friends at The Radical Tea Towel Company to review our new display of banners.



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National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) Achinleck Branch banner, The Conservation Studio @ People's History Museum

Solemn reflections for Armistice Day

9 November 2018


Jenny van Enckevort, Conservation Manager at People’s History Museum, discussing a banner she is currently working on.

To mark Armistice Day Jenny reflects on the tragic family story behind a banner she is currently working on in The Conservation Studio at the People’s History Museum (PHM).



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