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The 2022 PSSA Marsh Awards

We need your help to nominate our beautiful statue created by Christine Charlesworth for the 2022 PSSA Marsh Awards. Nominations are encouraged from artists, designers, conservators, architects, commissioning bodies, sponsors, and members of the public. The Marsh Awards acknowledge and commend excellence, increase awareness and discussion of public sculpture and fountains, and celebrate new work …

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Emmeline Meets Emily

Just a few days before the opening of Emmeline at The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH some of the cast members and the writer of the show visited Emily’s statue in Epsom. EMMELINE follows the journey of the inspirational leader of the Suffrage movement on her life’s mission to achieve the vote for women. …

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We Have Done It!!!!!

The Emily Davison Memorial Project is thrilled that in less than three years we have been able to reach our target to install the statue of Emily in Epsom Market Place, due to take place in the summer 2021. This is thanks to a significant degree to the generous support of Go Epsom, at a …

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Fantastic News

We are delighted to announce that the sculptor Christine Charlesworth has started work creating the statue of the suffragette Emily Wilding Davison. Emily will take pride of place in Epsom, the town where she lost her life whilst campaigning for women’s right to vote. We are still a little way from our target, To donate, CLICK …

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EDMP Annual Report 2019-2020

The Emily Davison Memorial Project AGM was held on Thursday 6th Feb at Epsom Town Hall below is the annual  report.EDMP Annual Report6th February 2020 SummaryProgress towards our goal has been made in 2019, despite the challenging economic climate, competition from many other well-deserving causes and with only a small, but committed group of members. We …

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Emily’s Journey Home

On Saturday 14th June 1913 Emily’s body started the long 315 miles journey home from Epsom to St. Mary Virgin Church, Morpeth.. James Bradley Furniss of local Epsom undertakers G. & J. Furniss, in his large top hat and regulation funereal trappings, proudly led the funeral procession from the Cottage Hospital in Alexandra Rd down …

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