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A Pub on Berwick Street: An Unlikely Spot for Investigating Sanity?

In 1780, this pub, The Green Man, was a hubbub of noise and debate. Learn about how pubs could be sites for investigating issues of suicide and sanity.

The Helmshore Riots and Mary Hindle’s Story

In 1826, there were large-scale riots at Helmshore. Half-starving handloom weavers attacked the machines which threatened their livelihoods. Mary Hindle, a local woman, got caught up in this rioting. Learn about her story, and about what eventually drove her to suicide.

A Student’s Struggles with Suicide in Victorian Cambridge

In 1849, Clare College (then Clare Hall) was rocked by a great tragedy. One of its student’s, Edward Hayman, had taken his own life. Learn of Edward’s story, and of his struggles with ‘religious melancholy’.

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Indian Workers Association Welfare Centre

IWA Southall had been running a pioneering welfare service from Southall Community Centre before they opened their welfare centre here in 1962.