Why not find out about the suffragettes in your area? Here’s a list of useful links. I’ve also put together a timeline and booklist which you can download to help get you started.
A Women’s Suffrage Timeline (PDF Document)
A Women’s Suffrage Book List (PDF Document)
For anyone interested in reading and researching women’s history.
Regional group affiliated to the national Women’s History Network.
The Museum of London houses a collection of suffragette documents and memorabilia.
Based at the London School of Economics, an invaluable resource on suffragettes and other aspects of women’s history.
Fantastic archive of recordings including interviews with Sylvia Pankhurst and other suffragettes.
The official archive of the UK Government.
National Archives – Suffragettes
Section on the Suffragettes.
Section on suffragettes.
Resources for schools by the Historical Association.
Five podcasts presented by Kirsty Wark for the National Trust.