60-62 Nelson Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M13 9WP
The Pankhurst Centre is the former home of the leader of the Suffragette movement Emmeline Pankhurst, and her daughters Christabel, Sylvia and Adela. It is where the first meeting of the Women's Social and Political Union was held in 1903, and remains open to the public as a legacy to the Pankhurst family and the Suffragette movement.
There is disabled parking on site at the hospital, adjacent to the Centre. If you have any other queries or questions please just give us a ring!
This event is part of a programme of heritage based events being delivered in Manchester & Salford by SHOWT (Small Heritage Organisations Working Together). Heritage Open Days events will be held in Manchester & Salford at: Museum of Transport Greater Manchester; Manchester Jewish Museum; Chetham’s Library; Working Class Movement Library; Greater Manchester Police Museum; Victoria Baths; and the Pankhurst Centre. Check venue websites for more details.
The Pankhurst Centre is on the grounds of Manchester's Royal Infirmary hospital, just by the main entrance and the outpatients entrances to the hospital.
The Pankhurst Centre
Date last modified: 22nd May 2014 at 16:26