Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)
Annie Kenney (1879–1953)

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The statue depicts suffragette Annie Kenney, wearing a votes for women sash and ringing a bell, while standing on an orange box. The statue stands on a raised paved area outside the Old Town Hall.

Annie Kenney (1879–1953)





Accession number


Acquisition method

purchased by public subscription

Work type



Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council


Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council

Work status


Unveiling date

14th December 2018


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Inscription description

ANNIE KENNEY / Suffragette 1879 - 1953; Funded by public subscription


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Located at

Parliament Square, Oldham


Located in front of the Old Town Hall.