100 years ago today……

…..the 1918 Representation of the People Act became law. All men and some women gained the right to vote.

Greenwich100 is pleased to announce the venues and dates for the “Beyond the Suffragettes” exhibition, which has been put together to celebrate Greenwich’s contributions to gender equality from the 1860s to the present

VENUE  EXHIBITION ON DISPLAY DURING OPEN HOURS
(unless otherwise stated)
Woolwich Centre Library
35 Wellington Street, SE18 6HQ
15 February – 15 March

On 8 March there will be an evening event focussing on the centenary of votes for women as part of the International Women’s Day
Eltham Centre Library
2 Archery Road, SE9 1HA
16 – 29 March
Blackheath Library
Old Dover Road, SE3 7BT
30 March – 12 April
Greenwich Centre Library
12 Lambarde Square, SE10 9GB
13 April – 3 May
West Greenwich Library
Greenwich High Road, SE10 8NN
4 May – 17 May

 

Charlton House
Charlton Road, London SE7 8RE
18 – 31 May
University of Greenwich 1 – 14 June
Severndroog Castle
Castle Wood, SE18 3RT SE18 3RT
15 – 30 June

 

Author: clairegreenwich

I teach history at the University of Greenwich. My research covers all varieties of subjects broadly around gender, citizenship and political identity in relation to Britain. c. 1800 - 1950.

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