In the next in our series to celebrate 100 years since women won the right to vote, Torridge District Council’s head of paid services talks about the challenges she has faced.
The Gazette may be celebrating 100 years since women won the right to vote, but it would not be here today if wasn’t for a woman years ahead of her time.
It was 100 years ago today when women won the right to vote – in Ilfracombe they celebrated the anniversary in style
Green Party activist is supporting a national hunger strike as part of commemorating 100 years of votes for women – and campaigners say the system is still not fair
The suffragettes in North Devon are the subject of a new book by author Pamela Vass
Suffragettes across the nation fought for many years to win the vote - and the women who came after them haven’t stopped fighting for change ever since.
In a new series to celebrate 100 years since women won the right to vote, the Gazette is speaking to high profile women in North Devon to find out more about the challenges and triumphs of being a woman in 2018...
A century on from women gaining the right to vote, two of North Devon and Torridge’s leading female councillors say more still needs to be done to close the gender gap on councils.
All welcome to join a suffragette march in Ilfracombe on Tuesday, February 6, to commemorate 100 years of women getting the vote
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