Surrey Local History Committee Annual Symposium - The Changing Roles of Women
Type: Event / Lecture, talk or reading
Location: Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, England, GU21 6ND.
Date: 21 April 2018
9.55am Chairman's introductory remarks
10am Ros Black, local author and speaker
Duxhurst, Lady Henry Somerset's Farm Colony for Inebriate Women
10.40am Coffee and tea
11.10am Carol Brown, Guildford Museum
Surrey Women in the First World War
11.50am A selection of short films from the Surrey History Centre's collection.
12pm Linda Oliver, Archivist, Surrey Federation of Women's Institutes
The History of the WI in Surrey
1.40pm Introduction to the afternoons session
1.45pm Dr. Christopher Wiley, Senior Lecturer in Music, University of Surrey
Dame Ethel Smyth, Ground-breaking Composer, Writer, and Suffragette'
2.55pm Presentation of the Gravett Award
3.00pm Holly Parsons, Project Officer, Surrey History Centre
The March of the Women: Surrey's Road to the Vote
3.40pm Chairman's closing remarks and close
Suitable for Everyone
Admission Tickets: £12.
Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking, GU21 6ND.
Please book a place online, in person at Surrey History Centre, or any Surrey Library or phone 01483 518737. It is advisable to book early as places are limited.
Morning and afternoon refreshments are included. Please make your own arrangements for lunch. It is recommended to bring a packed lunch as there are no cafes near the Surrey History Centre
Registration Registration required