Sunday 11 March 2pm
This walk will look back on the campaign for Votes for Women in which Manchester played a key role from 1867 onwards. This walk will explore a number of city centre sites connected with the campaign and highlight the role played by such women as Lydia Becker, Esther Roper, Eva Gore-Booth, Hannah Mitchell, Annie Kenney, Teresa Billington-Greig and the Pankhurst family. We will also find out what happened at Manchester Art Gallery on 3 April 1913.
This walk costs £6/£5
For more information, please email Michael Herbert.