Place    From 1915 

Mothers Arms

A day nursery set up by Sylvia Pankhurst's suffragettes, giving mothers of working age the opportunity to go out and earn money. It occupied the former Gunmakers Arms public house. This photo, taken by Lyle-Smyth, shows some children there.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Mothers Arms

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The Mothers Arms

Site of "Gunmakers Arms" P.H. Taken over in 1915 by Sylvia Pankhurst and her ...

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Rhaune Laslett-O'Brien

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Nathan Pass

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1 memorial
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Group, Community / Clubs

2 memorials