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Join us for a procession through Lincoln High Street marking 100 years of votes for women. This event is open to everyone – please join us in marking this important centenary together!
The 15th December is a year and one day since the General Election in which women began to able to vote for the first time. This is a milestone in our history and we’ve been working on a short performance event that marks this momentous occasion.
The event begins with a procession and we’re inviting you, your friends, & families to be a part of it.
We will assemble at St Martin’s Square (Next to Curiosity Shop) at 3pm and walk together in solidarity, down Lincoln’s High street, to Speakers Corner in time for the start of the performance. The whole event will last approx. 1hr.
If you would like to take part then please register your interest here or just turn up on the day!
The procession and performance are part of the One Hundred Project – a celebration of the progress made across the last century, since the first women received the right to vote – and are intended to bring our community together, honouring the women that came before us and looking forward to the next century with hope and determination.
For any questions around access please email email@example.com. We recommend you wrap up warm and dress for the weather!
One Hundred is a project commissioned by Lincoln Performing Arts Centre and Arts Council England.