Come and learn about the women of the East End and take in locations with historical connections to the Suffragette movement.
This walk is hosted by me and will be led by Ken Titmuss of ‘Old Maps’ who specialises in walks that use old maps to chart the changes that have taken place over decades. ‘Old Maps’ has been listed in the top 10 ranking of London guided walks.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, this walk will celebrate the women of the East End, from the hardships endured in the Work House to the victory of the Match Girls Strike. Along the way we encounter many Suffragette locations too.
Date: Saturday 10 March 2018
Time: 11.30am to 1.30pm
Cost: £5 payable on the day (No charge for children). All proceeds to a charity for women.
How to book: Email Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be notified of the meeting place upon booking.
Bookings can be made up to 9am on the day of the walk, 10 March.
Come and join us for an eventful Saturday morning in recognition of the historical role played by the women of the East End