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Museum hosts lecture to mark 100 years since millions of women were able to vote




A lecture is being held to mark 100 years since millions of women were added to the electoral register.

Moyse's Hall have organised the lecture to celebrate The Representation of the Peoples Act which added 8.5 million women to the electoral register.

The lecture will be by Eleanor Rehahn of the Fawcett Society.

Special event being held.
Special event being held.

Eleanor will present an illustrated talk discussing the legacy of activist Millicent Fawcett, the Women’s Suffrage movement and the formation of the Fawcett Society.

It will be held on Tuesday, November 13 at 6.30pm for commencement of the talk at 7.00p.m. Refreshments will be provided and tickets cost £10 or £7.50 for members of the Friends of Moyse's Hall museum.



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