Extraordinary women.

Bath’s many bronze plaques – above imposing Georgian doorways – bear witness to the many distinguished people who have visited – or lived – in this city. However, few of them commemorate celebrated women with local connections and maybe – historically – that’s ¬†they didn’t have the educational and social advantages of their male counterparts. […]

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Women at war

The First World War was a conflict on a scale never experienced before and one in which a regular army would not be big enough. What did you do in the war daddy? – is a phrase l have heard before and comes from a recruitment poster from 1915 which helped 2.4 million Britains – […]

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