FREE BRISTOL SUFFRAGE WALKS FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD
These short, circular walks are companions to the main Walk with the Bristol Suffragettes in my book The Bristol Suffragettes. If you are feeling energetic you can do them as detours from the main walk, or you can do them as short, separate walks. (PDF Documents.)
Suffrage City: A Suffrage Walk Around Clifton for Better Bristol Magazine
Suffrage pilgrims, university lecturers and census resisters…this short walk around Clifton Village introduces some of Bristol’s non-militant campaigners. The walk, with map, is on pp. 22-23 of Better Bristol magazine, Autumn 2017. Download the magazine here.
Note: Since writing this walk, I have discovered evidence which suggests that the building at 3 The Mall was not the site of the founding of the Bristol and West of England Suffrage Society. The evidence is conflicting, so it is impossible at the moment to determine the fact with any certainty. I will continue my research and if I can find a definitive answer, I will let you know.
A Suffrage Walk Around Whiteladies Road
Census resisters and church protesters, some remarkable Bristol sisters, and a medical pioneer…find out more about Bristol’s suffragette years in the latest free downloadable walk. This is quite a long one and some of it is uphill, so you may want to do it as a stand-alone walk. Allow around 40 minutes.
Download your free copy of A Suffrage Walk Around Whiteladies Road.
A Suffrage Walk Around the Centre
Learn about the Women’s Mission, suffragettes and music hall, window breaking and violence on Bristol Docks in A Suffrage Walk Around the Centre. Allow 20-25 minutes.
Download your free copy of A Suffrage Walk Around the Centre.
Look out for more free suffrage walks in the future!
“By the end of the walk I had learned a huge amount about the suffrage movement as a whole as well as the Bristol suffragettes.” A Guided Walk with the Bristol Suffragettes – Walk participant, July 2013.