Chat with Emily Davison and find out what being a suffragette was like
Discover how the suffragette Emily Davison helped to campaign for women’s rights.
Despite all the challenges she faced, Emily had an education that was unusual for girls in her day, attending university, where she was denied a degree due to being a woman.
She joined the women’s social and political union after meeting Emily Pankhurst,
Ignored, they began to throw stones, smash the windows of government buildings, and chaining themselves to railings: even going to prison.
In 1913, she went to the Derby with a scarf in the colours of the movement. Discover what happened next!
1pm to 2.30pm £5 per child
Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club
Spring Street Surrey KT17 1UF
Sat 8 October