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Unveiling of the finished maquette at Epsom Downs Racecourse

On Thursday 11th October, Emily’s birthday, Sarah Dewing Chair of the Emily Davison memorial Project along with the artist Christine Charlesworth unveiled the finished maquette, small version of the planned statue to go in Epsom town centre, at Epsom Downs Racecourse near the spot where emily walked in front of the King’s horse on the …

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A Celebration of 21st Century Women inspired by Emily Wilding Davison

On Friday 12th October 2018 – the day after Emily Wilding Davison’s birthday – there will be a celebration of 21st Century women (and some men) at the Epsom Downs racecourse in the Queen’s stand. This will be sponsored by Peacock & Co Solicitors. a legal firm based at Epsom and Wimbledon. Ms Kim Peacock, …

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Voice & Vote: Women’s Place in Parliament Exhibition

Between 27th June and 6th October 2018, a major FREE exhibition, Voice & Vote: Women’s Place in Parliament, will be staged in Westminster Hall. Using both interactive features and historic exhibits, Voice & Vote will highlight the campaign for votes for women and the representation of women in the House of Commons and the House of Lords. We …

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The Prince’s Stand Recognised For Suffragette Action

41 places across England that were at the centre of suffragette action, from mass meetings and smashed windows to prison hunger strikes and post box fires, have been officially recognised by Historic England for their links to the suffragette movement including meeting halls, post boxes and prisons. The sites, crucial to the campaign to get women …

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