Windrush Day magazine
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To Wednesday 25 July. Harry Jacob’s photographs exhibition
Monday 18 June. 8pm. ADA – how Lord Byron’s daughter became the patron saint of computing
Thursday June 21. 7.30pm. Campaigning for peace in Croydon 1816-1960s
Saturday 7 July. 11am-4pm. Kennington Chartist Project 1848-2018
Tuesday 10 July. 7pm. A Funny Thing Happened on The Road to Utopia: North East History and The Art of The Political Playwright
Wednesday 20 June. 2pm. Socialists, Suffragists, Pacifists and Cyclists! The Last Clarion House
This short film is a mix of oral testimonies and archive footage made by the Clapham Film Unit and local volunteers
Working Class Movement Library, Salford
Saturday 23 June. 10.30 am-1pm. Votes for Women: Guided Walk
A walk featuring sites linked to the women’s suffrage campaign in Merton and Wimbledon, starting at Merton Park Tram Stop and ending at the Museum of Wimbledon.
Booking/Information: Tel, 020 8545 3239 or email: email@example.com
Tuesday 26 June. 6.30pm. NHS at 70: Heare’s Health; the NHS on film
National Film Theatre, BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London SE1 8XT
Friday 29 June. 8pm. Corporal Ted Foster, Hero of Wandsworth
Talk by Neil Robson on the Streatham WWI hero and dustman who won the VC. To find out more about his fascinating story.
Wandsworth Historical Society, following AGM.
Friends’ Meeting House, Wandsworth High Street, opposite the Town Hall.
Saturday 30 June. 2-5 pm. A suffragette garden party
Staged in the grounds of Dorset Hall, the former home of suffragette Rose Lamartine Yates and including a series of talks by suffrage historians and afternoon tea: http://www.johninessociety.org.uk
Sunday 1 July. 10.30am-1.30pm. WASP Birthday/Windrush March Past
West Indian Association of Service Personnel (WASP) HQ, 161-167 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6DB
Monday 9 July. Closing date for applications for Autograph Curatorial Project Manager.
28 July. 1.30pm. Annual John Burns Walk
I will be leading the annual John Burns walk for Battersea & Wandsworth TUC. The emphasis will be on women involved in his life and the suffragette campaign against him as a Cabinet member. It will be followed by activities at TUC’s Workers’ Beer Co pub The Bread and Roses in Clapham Manor St.
Starts at entrance to Battersea Rise cemetery – Battersea Rise/Bolinngbroke Rd.
To 4 November. 11am-5pm. Black Dolls: the Power of Representation
An exhibition exploring Black dolls and their impact on childhood and beyond – from the controversial Golliwogs of the past to today’s Black Barbies. Come along and discover what life was like for Black children growing up in Britain through the ages!
The National Caribbean Heritage Museum with and at
The National Trust Museum of Childhood, Sudbury Hall,
Main Road, Sudbury, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5HT.
Voting for Change
150 years of radical movements, 1819 to 1969
Joint project of Working Class Movement Library, Salford, and People’s History Museum, Manchester