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Clare Wichbold Nov 25
I'm so excited: thanks to the help of the publishing team at Orphans Press & so many other wonderful people my book "Hard Work - but Glorious: Stories from the Herefordshire Suffrage Campaign" is GO for Spring 2021!
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Socks off Nov 22
Back around 6am GMT. There's a snoring biz backlog to address before I start ferreting online. I'll leave you with the , gracing the tree I decorated. Tree decoration from purchased after my guided tour blog 6/10/17
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Klina Jordan #MVM 🐘 Nov 21
This is a pic of my cherished diary by πŸ’œπŸ’¬πŸ’š
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Warwick and Warwick Ltd Nov 20
This range of sold for Β£720 in our closed door on Wednesday. For the full list of realisations please see .
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Kate Willoughby πŸ’œπŸ•ŠπŸ’š Nov 18
Votes For Women thread by the brilliant . πŸ’œπŸ—³οΈπŸ’š πŸ‘‡
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Tori Geib Nov 21
GREAT SHOW !!! Thank you for honoring the Women who worked so hard to get the vote. I wish more would talk about this HUGE milestone with the 100 year anniversary of the passage of the
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Clare Wichbold Nov 20
Tidying up my research & found this snippet again: nothing to do with Hereford but I kept it because Minnie Turner later appears in the 1913 CLWS photo. Votes for Women, 1 Dec 1911
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Waterford Chamber Nov 18
πŸ“’ Issue 12 Β· Q3 2020 πŸ“’ Blue Plaques posthumously honours noteworthy persons with an indelible link to . Read about awe-inspiring , Mary Strangman (, & our first female ) πŸ‘‰ .
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Clavis & Claustra Nov 20
A rebel with a cause. And a badge. Suffragette Hero badge set available from .
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Kelley Green Nov 21
Been thinking about this since Clara Rackham event at the music school . Clara attended to a child that was dying from malnutrition, threw her oranges on the bed and ran away down the stairs
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown Nov 19
I’m not saying I have a favourite or , but if I did, it’d be Rosa.
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Clare Wichbold Nov 25
You'll be pleased to know that gets more than an honourable mention because of Florence Canning & her campaigning with the Church League for Women's Suffrage
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JewelleryWarehouse Nov 21
Replying to @DatCatDer
We love jewellery. So much wonderful history.
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Kay Jones Nov 25
of the indomitable Mary Bamber on display in
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Ok then what's next? 17h
πŸ’œπŸ’šBack in stock πŸ’šπŸ’œThis is by far my most popular in my shop - a badge πŸ’šπŸ’œThey’d make a great for all the out there πŸ’šπŸ’œ -
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Uncover Ancestors Nov 21
Grace Brandon was one of the first women to be force fed at Aylesbury prison
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Uncover Ancestors Nov 19
Grace Brandon was born in Middlesbrough and went on to study at University of London
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Jane Burn (The Real One) Nov 24
I made this flag for the 's women's heritage bunting. I used a flower cut from a precious scrap of Liberty fabric. I sewed over it and added a motto, using colours.
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Mrs J Nov 23
Preparing for Victorian day at school... sod going as a maid, its all about the original cohort of BIRDS BIRDS BIRDS!
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BelgiansRTW Nov 19
Replying to @BelgiansRTW
Whoops Therr's an F missing πŸ˜‰ *
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