Radical History Walk “Votes for Women”

image of Annie Kenney and Christabel Pankhurst holding a sign that reads votes for women

Annie Kenney and Christabel Pankhurst

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.