London Walking Tour – Suffragette Walk

02 April 2019

Who Should Have the Vote?

Would you have been a Suffragette or a Suffragist or neither? Over one hundred years ago the issue of the right to vote divided families across the country. From 1906 to 1918 Westminster was a focal point for the Suffrage movement. Find out more about the events and characters involved that led to the Representation of People Act 1918 on a City of Westminster walk.

Meeting point – St James’s Park underground station at the Palmer Street exit for a 10.30am start.

The walk will take 2 hours maximum and is access friendly. It will go ahead whatever the weather. Price £14 per person.