Kenilworth: ‘The Blind Postmaster General and the Suffragist’
12th May @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
‘The Blind Postmaster General and the Suffragist’
A talk by Alan Godfrey FRPSL.
The story of the lives of Henry Fawcett MP and his wife Millicent Garrett Fawcett. Henry was blinded at age 25, but went on to become a reforming Liberal MP and PMG. He introduced many innovations at the Post Office. Millicent was leader of the 50,000 strong NUWSS and was mainly responsible for obtaining votes for women in 1918.
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