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This beautiful and historic Grade-II listed building was founded in 1708, and is known as one of the birthplaces of modern Western feminism due to its connections to activist and writer Mary Wollstonecraft.
As a UK registered charity, the venue re-invests their income from renting out the space into charitable work and operations.
As a UK registered charity, venue income is reinvested into charitable operations.
including strong links to feminism and author Mary Wollstonecraft