Join the ranger team at Caddihoe Scout Camp in Ashclyst forest on Sunday 28 April for Killerton’s BioBlitz. Help collect…View Event
The celebration of 100 years since women got the right to vote comes to Killerton
This partnership exhibition between The National Trust and the National Portrait Gallery is a celebration of 100 years since women got the right to vote and presents a national overview of the campaign for women’s suffrage from the late nineteenth century until 1918. Drawn from the National Portrait Gallery Collection, the exhibition includes well-known but also rarely seen paintings, drawings, photographs and archival documents. The display also includes portraits of those who, like Killerton’s own Gertrude Acland, did not support votes for women.