Diary

‘Does she deserve the vote? Women’s First World War Work and Women’s Franchise’

On Thursday 11 May at 11.50 am I’ll be giving a talk on women’s war work and the vote – ‘Does she deserve the vote? Women’s First World War Work and Women’s Franchise’. The event is part of a two-day on line conference on Women in Wartime organised by the Devil’s Porridge Museum. The Museum commemorates HM Factory Gretna, the largest munitions factory in the world during the First World War, and explores the stories of the Solway Military Coast during the Second World War and beyond.

Tickets for the two day conference – which give access to 24, 20-minute talks – cost £22. For more information and booking see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-in-wartime-conference-tickets-148423724355