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17 October 2016 at 7:30 pmFree
Sheffield’s Women Workers in the First World War by Sylvia Dunkley.
Access to the building is from the Napier Street entrance. Parking is available in the supermarket car park opposite the entrance to the church.
Non members are always welcome. The meeting is free to members. Non-members are asked to pay £1 on the door.
Many people are aware of the role played by women workers in Sheffield during the Second World War but until now there has been little research into the employment of women in the city during the 1914-1918 War. Come and hear local historian Sylvia Dunkley reveal how the lives of Sheffield’s Edwardian women’s were affected by this conflict and their contribution to the war effort.