Votes for Women design featured in pop-up exhibition
[nectar_dropcap]Y[/nectar_dropcap]ou'll have seen Loveigloo's Votes for Women mug featured in our blog post yesterday. But the design—based on a vintage Suffragette banner—was also making national headlines as part of a pop-up exhibition. The Votes for Women banner takes pride of place in the middle of the display, which was unveiled by Sadiq Khan in Trafalgar Square. Sadly, it was a one day only event, but you can catch a glimpse of it in some of the coverage below. Well done, team Loveigloo!
Today marks 100 years since the first British women won the right to vote. Visit our exhibition in Trafalgar Square today to find out about 59 incredible women and men who all helped to bring about women’s suffrage. #BehindEveryGreatCity #vote100 https://t.co/TQQBlkQWU4 pic.twitter.com/3iD79CYT9S
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) February 6, 2018
A special exhibition has been setup in Trafalgar Square revealing the names and faces of some of suffrage’s unsung heroes, to celebrate 100 years of women getting the right to vote pic.twitter.com/Li9cmEq6XM
— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 6, 2018
Our very own suffragette @Lucy_Worsley is here in Trafalgar Sq with @MayorofLondon celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act #BehindEveryGreatCity #VotesForWomen pic.twitter.com/ViLp2Iz2w8
— Historic Royal Palaces (@HRP_palaces) February 6, 2018