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Join us for a fun and fascinating family-friendly Sunday!  We’ll be open for an afternoon of celebration, commemorating the anniversary of the founding of the suffragette movement on October 10 (1903) and the opening of The Pankhurst Centre (1987).

Take part in a drop-in archive workshop with HerArchivist Heather Roberts, and discover archive material related to the history of this very special building.

There'll be a drop-in bike repair session in the beautiful suffragette garden with cycling supremos Jo Campbell and Ursula Harries.  Bring your bike along and they'll help you sort out niggles and give expert advice on all things mechanical.

And attend our very own Suffragette School with enJOY Arts, where little radicals can take part in lots of fabulous fun to earn their suffragette stripes!

 

 

The Pankhurst Centre is free to visit, but we ask that visitors consider making a donation to our museum, which receives no public funding, to help keep this unique place open to the public. Groups of more than 10 people are asked to pay £3.50 and to book in with us.

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