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Panko Suffragette Game


Tunbridge Wells was a major centre for the women’s suffrage movement from its beginnings in the 1860s. This game was inspired by the campaign to give women the right to vote.

Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery

Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery,
Civic Way,
Monson Road,
Royal Tunbridge Wells,


Opponents described the town in the early 1900s as a ‘hotbed of militants’. A year after women first gained the vote in 1918, local activists Amelia Scott and Susan Power were elected on to Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.

Curriculum Links:

  • KS1: Local History, Significant Events
  • KS2: Local History, Significant Turning Point in British History


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