Winifred Carney
Friday, September 16, 2016 - 19:00
Cultúrlann uí chanáin
Great James Street
Derry
BT48 7DF
Helga Woggon, the biographer of Winifred Carney, will deliver a talk on the trade unionist on Friday 16 September on September 16. Taking place in Cultúrlann, Derry, the talk will explore the life of Carney, the socialist, republican and suffragette
Winnie and George
Belfast City Hall
Donegall Square
Belfast
BT1 5GS
A talk on the lives of Winifred Carney and George McBride is the latest event in Belfast City Council's Decade of Centenaries programme. Author and Historian, Alison Murphy will give a talk on the lives of these two historical figures,
Thursday, September 22, 2016 -
18:30 to 21:00
Banqueting Hall, Belfast City Hall
Donegall Square South
Belfast
BT1 5GS
Dr. Marie Coleman, from Queens University Belfast will lead this exploration on the lives of 4 significant women who were heavily involved in the 1916 Rising: Winifred Carney – born in Bangor, she was a suffragist, trade unionist and activist
Saturday, June 11, 2016 (All day) to Monday, June 13, 2016 (All day)
North Belfast
A weekend of events remembering feminist, socialist and suffragette Winifred Carney. Details tbc.

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