Talk about a suffragette grandmother, 7.45pm Monday 3 December at East Croydon United Reformed Church

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A talk by Eleanor Redshaw – In my Grandmother’s Footsteps.

“I am named after my Grandmother, Eleanor Higginson, who was born in the East End of London and I knew her well. She protested in London, was arrested, went to Holloway Prison, did the Hunger Strike, was forcibly fed and was let out under ‘The Cat & Mouse Act’.  Like her, I have been on marches and give talks about the Suffragette Campaign.”

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