In 1910 Margaret Unwin,a member of the Banbury Intricate Craft Circle,becomes inspired by the women's suffrage movement following a visit to London and attempts to interest the rest of the group in votes for women. Bombastic chairperson Helen expresses disapproval,asserting that women are weak and silly and incapable of decision-making,but her sulky daughter Emily,saucy mother Myrtle Von Heckling and perpetually pregnant Eva are all enthusiastic. Helen tries to start a counter suffrage group but Margaret,using weak-wristed young Thomas as an example of male inefficacy,wins over the others,who -along with simple Gwen - commit to the cause Written by
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This episode takes place on March 16, 1910. See more