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Suffragettes: Locating London’s suffrage legacy

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The National Archives

Bessant Dr.

Kew

TW9 4DU

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Free talk and document display

Spaces relating to suffrage in London are varied and, in some cases, no longer standing. Yet, they are key in understanding the city’s deep and strong relationship with women’s suffrage.

The suffrage movement took place up and down the country. Yet, as the centre of political power, London was a hub for both militant and constitutional campaigning. In this talk and document display, experts from The National Archives will explore the people and places of the capital’s campaign.

Please note that this event will be using original documents, as a result food, drink, coats or bags will not be permitted in to the event venue. These items must be left in our free lockers on the ground floor; failure to comply with this request will result in the refusal of admission to the venue.

We run an exciting range of events and exhibitions on a wide variety of topics. For more details, visit nationalarchives.gov.uk/whatson.


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