The East End Women’s Museum exists to research, capture, share and celebrate
the stories of women of East London, past and present. Through pop-up exhibitions, events, workshops and online activities, they put women back in the spotlight, recognising their strength, pride, creativity and humour.
In 2021 they open the first women’s museum building in the country, close to East Ham.
An address near East Ham in Barking will home the new Museum.
The teenagers and women who worked at the Tate & Lyle factory were nicknamed the ‘Sugar Girls’ – they still are today! These women are known for being hardworking with...
Hear the rich history of anti racism and activism in Newham from Gulshun Rehman, co-founder of Newham Asian Women’s Project FULL DETAILS +
Explore the Wonderful Women of Newham in these virtual guided tours of Canning Town and Silvertown. FULL DETAILS +
Explore the Wonderful Women of Newham in these virtual guided tours of Silvertown. FULL DETAILS +