Women's rights

A Necessary Woman - performances in Morpeth and Newbiggin

 Census Night, 1911
Suffragette Emily Davison is hiding in a cleaning cupboard beneath the Palace of Westminster. Emily Plans a daring act in Parliament for Monday morning, but with a greater police presence and security tighter than usual, will she achieve her ambition before she's caught and returned to prison?
Based on a true event to celebrate the 2018 suffrage centenary. Look in the Events section for details of performances at New Life Christian Centre Morpeth on 11th September and Newbiggin Maritime Centre on 12th September.

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Staying Afloat Together programme coming up at Linskill Centre

Find a way back from domestic abuse, feel better about yourself and get more out of life. Seven group sessions at the Linskill Centre for women exploring themes such as resilience, inner strength, self-belief, self-care, managing feelings and realistic optimism. There’s also three one-to-one coaching sessions and an away day at the end of the course for women and their children. Free crèche. Booking essential. If you would like to know more or book a place on the course contact Jill at Barnardo’s 0191 212 0237

Who were the Early Women Naturalists of North East England?

Who were the early women naturalists of North East England?  – An exhibition in the Hancock Library on the second floor of the Museum, open during library open hours until 9th September. Free entry, donations welcome. No booking required, drop in. There are also some evening talks about individual women including Mary Hancock, Kathleen Blackburn, Margaret Dickinson and Grace Hickling.

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