The Arch at Paganhill

Stroud

To commemorate the abolition of slavery in the British colonies

A Symbol of Liberalism That Endured Long After The Abolition of Slavery

Is this the last surviving monument to the abolition of slavery in Britain?


Reconsider the Arch here at Paganhill - what is its place in modern Britain? To remind us of universal freedoms that should be accessible to all? Or to commend an action from 1833 with the abolition of slavery in the British Empire?


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