I can conduct small groups on tailor-made ‘Suffragette’ walks in London. Email me – firstname.lastname@example.org – to discuss your requirements.
In 2013 the Women’s Library@ LSE (once the fondly-remembered Fawcett Library) reopened inside the LSE Library.
For visitors to the Women’s Library looking to take a break from their labours there are many sites of interest around the LSE that relate directly to the Woman’s Cause.
The following posts (perhaps accessed on the move from tablets or smart phones) will, I hope, help to bring the area alive for you.
Where And What Was Clement’s Inn?
The St Clement’s Press
The Suffragette 1911 Census Boycott: Where And What Was The Aldwych Skating Rink?
Where And What Was The ‘Votes For Women Fellowship’?
Suffragettes and Tea Rooms: The Gardenia Restaurant
Suffragettes and Tea Rooms: The Eustace Miles Restaurant And The Tea Cup Inn
The Raid On WSPU Headquarters, 1913
What Would Bring Campaigning Women to Buckingham Street, Strand?
Mrs Ayres Purdie, Kingsway And (Alas) Covent Garden Tube Station
Millicent Fawcett and Queen Elizabeth I
Lincoln’s Inn House 2013, former headquarters of the WSPU