CODE: EXP-03-040-08/03/2022-12:00 > OUT OF STOCK IN STOCK
Tuesday, 8 March
From queens to pickpockets, petticoat duelists to protesters, this historical walk will explore the hidden stories of women in the park from its inception to date.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we will be leading a special guided walk of Hyde Park.
Come and stand at Speakers' Corner, the site of Women’s Sunday in 1908 and hear the rousing words that suffragettes Emmeline Pankhurst and Flora Drummond said that day. Learn about the infamous pickpocket Jenny Diver who met her untimely end at the Tyburn hanging tree. Your guide will also reveal the camouflage school used during World War 1.
We offer free spaces for those in need. For more information on eligibility and how to book please call or email Laura Ashfield on 0300 061 2291 or email@example.com.
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