Blue plaques commemorating the fight for women's rights
Emmeline and Christabel lived here at 50 Clarendon Road, Kensington from 1916 to 1919.
Living with them were four ‘war babies’ – illegitimate children born amid the social upheaval caused by conflict – whom Emmeline had adopted.
After years of travelling the country for her campaigning, Emmeline was ready to settle, and soon came ‘to love this home of mine’ .
Propose a plaque and help us to commemorate the important work done by women of all classes and all races through the centuries.
Figures proposed must have been deceased for at least 20 years, and must have lived or worked in a surviving building in London.