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There will be a chance to join in with Suffragette rallies in The 1900s Town at 11am and 2pm each day, as well as a chance to learn about the role of women in the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s in the different areas around the museum. The Pit Village school visitors can also make a rosette in suffragette colours and on Sunday 10 March, there will be the singing of women's songs.
Women of Tyneside presents a Festival of Women events organised by Tyne and Wear Archives Museum (TWAM):
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