This talk will look at some underlying questions about Kate Sheppard and her work: What were the qualities that made her a successful leader? What was her motivation to work for justice and equality for women and how did she sustain this work over many years?
Margaret Lovell-Smith is a historian and author with a particular interest in the nineteenth-century women’s movement. She is a descendant of Kate Sheppard's second husband, William Lovell-Smith.
Price: Free/Koha at the door (cash only)
Tickets are available on the day.
Tea, coffee, alcohol-free mulled wine and cake are available for purchase from 2pm (cash only).
There is no parking on-site, so please find a park in the surrounding streets or at the University of Canterbury's Clyde Carpark on Arts Road (free on weekends).
Wheelchair accessible, please call to book accessible car parking (limited spaces available onsite).