Publisher Plinth have teamed up with the Mayor of London to produce two ranges of Suffrage-inspired merchandise
This June marks what would have been Suffragist campaigner Millicent Fawcett's 171st birthday. 2018 also happens to be the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which saw the first women in the UK granted the right to vote — so it only seems polite to celebrate.
In recognition of Millicent’s tireless campaigning, and the progress still to be made in reaching in women’s equality, publisher Plinth have teamed up with the Mayor of London to produce two ranges of Suffrage-inspired merchandise: one is designed by Bella Freud, and the other bears the motto emblazoned on the statue of Fawcett recently erected in Parliament Square — Courage Calls To Courage Everywhere. A portion of the proceeds from both ranges will be donated to women’s charities.
Art Fund members can save15% off across both ranges with code ARTFUND15 until June 30th.
Rodin Afternoon Tea and a complimentary glass of Champagne
In partnership with the British Museum’s exhibition Rodin and the art of ancient Greece, Rosewood London’s Executive Pastry Chef has created the ‘Rodin Afternoon Tea’, featuring a series of beautifully sculptural and intricate pastries inspired by some of the sculpture’s most famous creations including The Thinker. National Art Pass holders can enjoy a complimentary glass of Champagne for themselves and a friend when booking Rodin Afternoon Tea, from 26 April - 29 July.