The Journal and Chronicle reported incidents such as suffragette
Lady Constance Lytton throwing a stone at Lloyd George's car.
gathered to lobby him over votes, and also to protest at the force-feeding of women on hunger strike in prison.
From elsewhere came hatpins, necklaces, brooches and pendants from sources such as the Birmingham School of Art designers Arthur and Georgie Gaskin, and the famous enameller Ernestine Mills, whose work was sold at suffragette
These two founding suffragettes
, along with the multitudes of other disenfranchised voices that joined them in their demonstrations and marches, helped win the vote for many women in 1918.
Pank-a-Squith was made to entertain supporters of the Suffragette
movement while raising funds for them and promoting their cause.
Mr Keightley adds: "Objects like this show how advanced the Suffragette
movement was in terms of making merchandise to back their cause.
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Former Mayor of Charnwood - Jill Vincent greets Lord Bach at the exhibition which celebrates the events and people associated with the Suffragette
movement in Loughborough.
Fighting for their rights Emmeline Pankhurst, centre, and fellow Suffragettes
, taken around 1913
Their cause made headlines around the in 1913 when Emily Davison was fatally injured when she tried to stop King George V's horse Anmer on Derby Day to draw attention to the Women's Suffragette
An actor playing suffragette
Alice Hawkins stands on a box for a speech before a statue of Hawkins is unveiled in Market Square, Leicester