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Martin Peagam explores how Teesside responded to the fight for women to have the vote. He will consider some of the key figures – both nationally and locally – involved in the struggle, how much support there was for the terror tactics of the Suffragettes, the opposition to change, and what happened once the law was changed.

Opening Times

6pm - 7.30pm


Tickets £2.50 - booking essential. Light refreshments served.


Address: Stockton Central Library, Church Road, Stockton-on-Tees, UK

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