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Fresh from the Women's Library of the London School of Economics and Political Science, we are proud to showcase banners, sashes, badges and documents that tell the story of the fight for equal voting rights for women.
The exhibition also includes the diaries of imprisoned campaigners and contemporary leaflets detailing protest tactics such as a plan to 'rush' the House of Commons.Find out more »
- Always wanted to know more about the amazing things that your neighbours have done? Ever wondered about the life of that fascinating old person who lives down the road? Are you interested in learning more about your local area and how it has changed over the years?
Our recent training session was so successful that we're offering another opportunity to learn how to conduct oral history interviews, and it's FREE!Find out more »
Calling all grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles!
Bring all the younger members of your family along to a day of family fun at our Museum on Tuesday 23 OctoberFind out more »
A cast of prominent local thespians will rediscover the suffrage themes of Mary Ward's work Man and Woman - The Question of the Day, which was performed in 1909. The evening will be introduced by Dr Ann Kennedy Smith.Find out more »