Want to know about the story of the Aldridge Suffragette?

Once again uncovering hidden history – Sue Satterthwaite and Len Boulton are remarkable local historians.

I’d like to share the following event with readers that takes place this coming Tuesday (6th February 2018) at Aldridge Library – a talk on the fascinating history of women’s Suffrage in the area, by Aldridge Great War historians Sue Satterthwaite and Len Boulton.

These two historians are remarkable in both knowledge and dedication, and the talk is sure to be fascinating. It takes place at Aldridge Library in Rookery Lane and starts at 10:00am. Not sure if the talk is free, but if there is a fee, it will be tiny – booking is advised: either call in, phone 01922 655569 or email aldridgelibrary@walsall.gov.uk.

Once again I am indebted to Linda Mason, who drew my attention to this and who really keeps me up to speed so I can advertise talks and events from these two expert and fascinating historians.

This entry was posted in News. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Want to know about the story of the Aldridge Suffragette?

  1. Pedro says:

    For an interesting discussion concerning Birmingham Suffragettes see the Birmingham History Forum here….


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.