Protest and Power: Women in Hyde Park - 9 March 2024

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Saturday

9 March 2024

11:00 -12:30

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we will be giving a special guided walk of Hyde Park. 

From queens to pickpockets, petticoat duelists to protesters, this historical walk will explore the hidden stories of women in Hyde Park from its inception to the present. Hear of the infamous pickpocket Jenny Diver who met her untimely end at the Tyburn hanging tree. Come and stand at Speakers' Corner, the site of Women’s Sunday in 1908 and hear the rousing words that suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst said that day. Learn about the camouflage school used during World War I.

Designed for adult attendees, over 18 years of age. We offer free spaces for those in need. For more information on eligibility and how to book please call us on 0300 061 2291 or email publicprogrammes@royalparks.org.uk.

The Royal Parks charity provides 5,000 acres of urban green respite in the centre of our bustling capital city. If you value your Royal Parks, please consider making a gift. It will make all the difference to their future.

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