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Afternoon tea with Lady Laura at Winchester College


Meet Porters' Lodge, Winchester College, College Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9NA

Join social historian, Emma Muscat, for a suffrage inspired afternoon tea accompanied by a talk about Lady Laura Ridding (1849-1939), wife of the College's 43rd Headmaster. Lady Ridding was a suffragist, writer and social reformer.

Part of our 'Extraordinary Women' series: Take a step back in time and join social historian, Emma Muscat, for a suffrage inspired afternoon tea accompanied by a talk about Lady Laura Ridding (1849-1939), wife of the College's 43rd Headmaster. Laura was a suffragist, writer and social reformer who co-founded the National Union of Women Workers and became president of Winchester’s NUWSS.

Afternoon tea, with a menu drawn from early 20th Century American and British suffrage cook books, will take place on the Thursday in the Warden's Lodgings, and on Saturday in the Musa Quiet Room. When booking a place, please specify if you have any dietary requirements.

●  Thursday 13 September: 1400-1600

●  Saturday 15 September: 1400-1600

Booking Details:
Pre-booking: Required
When booking a place, please specify if you have any dietary requirements. 

Access Information:
Please note that access to the venue is via a staircase. Please be advised that sensible shoes are recommended. Public toilets are available. If you have any food allergies and intolerance please let us know at the time of the booking.

Additional Information:
Max 15 people per tour/session. Talk and tea will take 2 hours.

Directions:
Please arrive at the Winchester College Porters’ Lodge located at the main entrance on College Street (SO23 9NA). Please register with a member of staff on arrival.

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