Rochester and the women’s suffrage movement

“It is right in 2018, a century after some women gained the vote, to recognise the leadership of Emmeline Pankhurst and Millicent Fawcett however their success could not have been achieved without the support of thousands of women in towns and cities up and down the country.”

Read more on Geoff Rambler’s Weird and Wonderful Kent (link opens in new tab)

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