Carl Chinn Peaky Blinders

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Professor Carl Chinn MBE is a social historian with a national profile, writer, teacher, tour guide, and public speaker. An off-course bookmaker until 1984, he is the son and grandson of illegal bookmakers in Sparkbrook, whilst his mother's family were factory workers in Aston. His writings and broadcasting are deeply affected by his family's working-class background and life in the back-to-backs of Birmingham, and he believes passionately that history must be democratised because each and every person has made their mark upon history and has a story to tell professor Carl Chinn MBE is a social historian with a national profile, writer, teacher, tour guide, and public speaker.

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Carl Chinn – Local History Talk: “The Real Peaky Blinders”

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Wednesbury Library, Walsall Street, Wednesbury, West Midlands, WS10 9EH

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Event (16 July 2024)
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