Hazel Reeves and Hilary Daltry made a joint pilgramage to Emmeline Pankhurst’s gravesite in Brompton Cemetery last week.
Reeves attended John Dean’s sculpture course in the days before Heatherleys moved to its current site on Lots Road. She has gone on to create several public statues, including Sir Nigel Gresley for King’s Cross Station and The Cracker Packers in Carlisle. Her most recent commission is of Emmeline Pankhurst and is due to be unveiled in Manchester soon.
Daltry has curated two print exhibitions this year inspired by Pankhurst and the partial suffrage centenary.
Pankhurst’s grave can be found at the North End of the cemetery just a few metres from the Old Brompton Road entrance.