How are you celebrating International Women's Day on March 8th?
5th March 2014
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Taking place every year on March 8, thousands of events occur across the world to mark the political, economic and social achievements of women.

The Samuel Johnson Museum in Lichfield is hosting a workshop that examines the lives of tradeswomen in Georgian Lichfield.

When Samuel Johnsons father died and Samuel left for London during the 1730's, the Johnson family bookshop was run entirely by women including Samuels mother, his step daughter, the family servant and good friend.

Sue Bray uses original documents and records to explore this fascinating period in the City's past

Places cost £2.50.

For more information call 01543 264 972.

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